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Access denied for user who has full access to some files in their own folder

I have a very similar case as this user: Access denied on some files on Win2008R2 DC share This is on a windows 2008 R2. The user has Win7 pro. The user has their own home folder on the server. ...
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1answer
69 views

Server unable to browse shares on itself

Having a rather weird issue with our 2008 Domain Controller When on the server itself and attempting to browse via explorer to \\server or \\192.168.1.1 we get an error message saying : "\\SERVER is ...
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1answer
57 views

Getting Error ID 4625 when one service tries to access a shared path on another machine

I'm kind of a n00b when it comes to dealing with Server issues, so I need some help. Setup: I have a scenario where there are two machines involved, both of which are using Windows Server 2008 ...
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1answer
116 views

Changing net use timeout

I have a script that runs against remote sites to map a drive and work with a file. I use Test-Connection to make sure the remote server is alive, then attempt to map the location needed with net use. ...
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1answer
50 views

is scheduled backup via standard windows backup gui supported over network?

OS Windows server 2008 Standard [note: this is not R2] Plot we are trying to switch from usb attached backups to over the network backup Issues: When i use the standard Windows backup GUI and ...
0
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1answer
274 views

Is it possible to have simultaneous 'net use' connections established to two shared folders on the same remote machine (avoiding error 1219)?

I'm working on a code that could copy files between two arbitrary network file shares, i.e.: copy files from \\pc1.domain.net\Shared\DirA // source shared folder to ...
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0answers
20 views

Server 2008 SP2 Network Share Strange Behavior

As stated in the title, I'm experiencing some erratic behavior on a network share. This share has files that are being updated in an automated fashion, using code I control, 24/7. 1) Perhaps the most ...
0
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1answer
120 views

Unable to connect networkshares through VPN (RRAS server only)

I have a Windows Server 2008 SP2 with these Roles installed: File server Network Policy and Access Server / Routing and Remote Access Network Policy and Access Server / NPS The VPN connection is ...
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6answers
773 views

Dropped packets, on recieve only, Server 2008 only, and network speed is 100mb/s

I have a really strange one. I have packet loss with Excessive 'TCP Dup ACK' & 'TCP Fast Retransmission' when I download files (and only download) from two different Windows 2008 servers. Upload ...
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2answers
253 views

Grant user from one domain permissions to shared folder in another domain

I have two computers set up like this: \\myPC (local Windows 7 SP1 machine); it is in domain1; \\remotePC (Win Server 2008 with SQL Server - a HyperV virtual machine); it is in domain2. In domain2 ...
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2answers
88 views

How do I get my machine to access the share now?

Disclaimer: Using windows to share files is definitely not as simple as on *nix, even if it seems like. First, I'm assuming we can securely (with passwords) share files / folders in basically only ...
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1answer
132 views

Force mapped drive to ask for credential per log on session

On Windows Server, is there an option in Group Policy or otherwise, to map a network drive that asks for network credentials on each log on session? The reason I want to do this is that for some ...
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1answer
29 views

Two servers with same name on different networks

I'm currently having a problem with Windows shares and two Windows Server 2008 R2 servers on different networks with the same name. I have on one network a server called "Server" @ domain1 with the ...
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2answers
224 views

Windows Server 2008 Network User Shares

What would be the most efficient way to create a different shared folder for each user (not necessarily with desktop, my documents etc inside just a space that can be mapped to his computer), having a ...
3
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2answers
684 views

Mac clients accessing a Windows NTFS share resetting permissions at deeper folder levels. Why?

Here's the setup: Windows 2008 server c:\share folder with the following permissions (read, read/write are not important at this point, I don't think): User1 User2 c:\share\add_user3 folder with ...
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1answer
67 views

Bizarre permission inheritance logic windows 2008

Could someone explain this bizarre behaviour? I manage a handful of servers connected to a much larger Active Directory network. All the Windows shares on our servers have a mixture of local account ...
0
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1answer
93 views

File Control Block architecture

Our site runs its main business application (delphi 5) from a network share, this caused quite a bit of chaos when we upgraded our terminal servers to 2008 R2 from 2003 as MS changed the architecture ...
2
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1answer
275 views

Windows Server 2012 after restart public network become private

I have a 3 servers with Windows Server 2012. After restart one server : public network become private and private network become public. (2 NIC) I don't know how this can happen and how to fix it ? I ...
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0answers
147 views

Slow network file access on windows 2008

We have a really poor business application that uses access databases (I know, fail!) as its back end. There are lots of access db files it uses, all about 4mb in size. If I copy the files locally ...
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1answer
45 views

Synchronizing code for multiple users [closed]

I'm a beginner in all this and am working on a project with a few other people. I'm facing some problems. My code is to worked on by another person simultaneously. I want to perform staging on a ...
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2answers
105 views

Backup Win7 machine and Windows Server 2008 R2 backup

We are doing daily a Windows Server 2008 R2 Backup on a shared folder of a dedicated machine scheduled in the Windows Task Scheduler. To access a shared folder (a Win7 machine) as backup destination ...
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3answers
130 views

Listing open files for end users and Windows 7 file preview issues

We have a Windows 2008 r2 file server that has a share that the users are mapped to that is full of PDFs. One department (A) has read/write access and most others (B) just have read access. If ...
2
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3answers
104 views

How quickly should data/files be visible on a network share that goes through a VPN tunnel?

I'm looking for information on how information is shared/passed across a network between a Windows 7 client OS and a Windows Server 2008 server? Little history of our setup (I apologize as for Im not ...
3
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2answers
4k views

Weird Issue on 2008/2008R2 Shares using SMB2

Having a very odd issue in which when connecting to shares from 2008 or 2008 R2 servers that are hosted by a 2008 or 2008 R2 server the files added to a folder will not always appear to update right ...
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votes
1answer
285 views

Shared folder DNS shortname “randomly” stops resolving on Windows Server 2008 R2

I'm running your standard Domain set up - AD with DNS and a RDS server. On the RDS server, I've mapped some drives to a local NAS using the DNS shortname... \\folders\sharedfolder \\folders is a ...
0
votes
1answer
725 views

Allow shared folder access only to specific clients

I am kind of new to networking and I am trying to resolve the following situation. I tried to find a solution but I couldn't find anything proper that suits my needs. Maybe anyone here could give some ...
1
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1answer
215 views

Restrict network drive to domain users only

In our office we have a domain controller and all employees' machine join the domain. We have new tenants starting soon sharing our internet connection in the office. They won't join the domain and of ...
0
votes
2answers
613 views

Windows Azure VM Share Folder

This must be pretty simple but I can't figure it out !! :) I have two Windows Azure VM's - all I want to do is have a network share on one that is accessible from the other. Do I need to set up some ...
3
votes
2answers
170 views

How to create a directory per each user with only access to the user and domain administrator?

For my company, I would like to create a single directory for each user in a server. Each directory must be personal, and I would like to create a desktop link to that directory. For example, in my ...
0
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0answers
129 views

No logon servers available until I try in windows explorer

I have an asp.net application on a web server which tries to create a directory on another server's windows file share such as: \10.0.0.4\Share\Path\d2d37700-6061-41fb-b844-ddee84ac8d44 This usually ...
2
votes
1answer
1k views

net use - System error 1920 has occurred

On Windows Server 2008 R2, when I run the following command I am getting the 1920. I've tried pretty much everything I am aware of and I can't figure out what causes the error. When I try to map the ...
12
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3answers
340 views

I need to know if anyone is using our file server's IP address to access instead of the name. Any ideas?

I have been given the task of changing our current file server's IP address. I haven't been in the company long, so don't know what exactly reads and writes to it yet. Is there any way that I can ...
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0answers
155 views

Multiple Access to Windows Server 2008 R2

I am trying to access my remote server Windows 2008 R2 by going to my computer and opening \188.64.186.121 and this works fine. When I try to simultaniously login on another computer to view the ...
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0answers
571 views

Permission error on Windows server 2008 when creating folder through Macintosh

I have a Windows Server 2008 installed on a client's server and the user is using Mac OS X (I believe 10.6, Mountain Lion) and his user (which I'll identify by Mr.Foobar) is included in the domain ...
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votes
2answers
2k views

IIS 7 virtual directory on network share access denied

I have a loadbalanced web server where I'm trying to setup a virtual directory on one server (server02) to a network share on the other server (server01). Both servers are IIS 7 on Windows 2008R2. ...
1
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1answer
89 views

Cleanest way to relocate User Profiles to seperate Raid drive with MAC OS X users RDP to W2K8R2

I have a company that WANTS to be windows but the Owner....loves his MAC so I now need to migrate all the C:/Users/? folders to the shared drive in a clean way. I have a few ideas of how to do it but ...
1
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1answer
268 views

DFS-R (2008 and R2) 2 node server cluster, all file writes end in conflictAndDeleted

Both servers in a 2 server cluster are reporting event 4412 20,000 times per day. If I sit in the conflictAndDetected folder I can observe files appearing and disappearing. Users report that their ...
0
votes
1answer
890 views

How can I monitor or control a shared folder on our network?

We have a Windows Server 2008 R2 server that has about 10 folders in it. Well, someone accidentally deleted an entire folder called "Development". (all are Win7 users) Is there a way to prevent ...
0
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1answer
304 views

Can't access shares after installing SP1 for Server 2008

Just finished installing SP1 for Server 2008 R2, all went fine other than i can't access any shares using a UNC. When using \server from clients or on the server i get the following message; Windows ...
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0answers
167 views

Slow Client to Server transfer speeds… Fast Client to Client

Client : Windows 7 x32 | Dell Latitude E6510, transferring to another identical machine over the network.. 120mbs. Transferring to any server (2003 server, 2008, 2008R2, or VM's) I can not get more ...
2
votes
4answers
4k views

Why do my backup fail when I target a network share hosted by a Synology DS211 disk station?

My backups are failing when I try to use a network share hosted by a Synology DS211 disk station. They work fine if I target a different network share (i.e. \server1\data\larry). When I run the ...
3
votes
1answer
99 views

How can I tell what user account is being used by a service to access a network share on a Windows 2008 server?

I've got a third-party app/service running on a Windows 2003 SP2 server that is trying to fetch something from a network share on Windows 2008 box. Both boxes are members of an AD domain. For some ...
2
votes
2answers
485 views

changing permissions for a network share takes longer on win2008 than on win2003, why is that?

Given a network share accessible for "everyone" in the domain, containing several 1000 files and folders When I change permissions for this share from read/write to only read (or vice versa) on ...
1
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2answers
258 views

ldap samba user access issue

I have a samba share that is on the LAN. It is auth'd via ldap. Users access file system via ad windows shares. There are shortcuts in directories that point to dir's on samba. Typically a user will ...
1
vote
1answer
37 views

Edit shared resources settings via console

In short, i have network of 15 PCs and one server with shared resources. The problem is that when i try to access resource, i am prompted to enter password. How could i disable that? And one more: ...
1
vote
1answer
297 views

Recover NTFS deleted folder

My client accidently deleted a folder under a Server 2008 shared folder which permanently deleted it. Does Windows offer some sort of restore for deleted files/folders? Or is there a good reliable ...
1
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0answers
287 views

Server 2008 r2 NO DOMAIN workstation plain vanilla simple network SHARES fail to clients under odd circumstances

Basically I have the SAME problem as another user. I read his attempts to get a reply that made sense. But he seemed to get everything but what he asked for. I hope I have better luck. SETUP> 1: ...
2
votes
1answer
91 views

Mounting a Windows share as a folder with data persistance in Win7/XP

I was wondering if anyone had figured out a good way of mounting a network share (\\server\dir1\dir2) to a folder (say C:\folder1\folder2) in such a way that when the share is disconnected the data ...
0
votes
1answer
160 views

UNC file shares - use domain name or computer?

If I have two server 2008 domain servers and was wondering what happens if I use the domain in the UNC path instead of the computer name? For example: \\myserver1\files\myfiles or ...
3
votes
1answer
160 views

Accessing a file share across an ocean (through a VPN)

I am in the process of setting up a log shipping scenario with two SQL Servers linked via VPN (Barracuda NG Firewall, for what it's worth). The VPN is using UDP and packet compression, so I don't have ...