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comment Windows Server 2008 - Non-Domain users can see my server shares
Also thank you for the tip about bringing up sessions, that revealed a lot of useful information for us.
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comment Windows Server 2008 - Non-Domain users can see my server shares
Clearly... The user has not logged in to anything. I have not been back to the site yet, I have tested this out on a 2008 install I did internally to try to prove it out, and if I set the sharing permissions correctly then everything is fine. If I only set the NTFS permissions then there is mixed results. That is the reality I am facing. Thank you for your help mfinni, I believe this is the correct answer.
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revised Windows Server 2008 - Non-Domain users can see my server shares
Added a line to clarify and circumvent more down votes.
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comment Windows Server 2008 - Non-Domain users can see my server shares
Both. I am checking the sharing permissions in about an hour when I arrive on location. My guess is the current admin has it set as "Everyone" Thanks for the down vote everyone! That makes for a good learning atmosphere!
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comment Windows Server 2008 - Non-Domain users can see my server shares
I am looking at the "Securit >>Permissions" not Sharing Permissions These are excellent suggestions. I stumbled upon the "Share Permissions" after writing this. I am going to look in to it shortly. The local user name and password is not used as a domain user id and password so it wouldn't be that one. The (non-domain) user is in fact able to read/write even though the Security>>Permissions does not have "everyone" in it. They only contain "Domain User". I will post again when I look at the Sharing. But it seems as though something may still be wrong besides that as they can read/write?
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