I have Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 and one client that has problems accessing file share. It's Windows XP SP3 client. It's a workgroup environment of 5 clients. When I try accessing file share from XP client I get access denied message. The user account has share and ntfs permissions set to full. Also when I try that username/password combination from other clients it can access file share with no problem.
I have tried playing with LmCompatibilityLevel but with no luck. Any suggestions?
So you have a machine that is in a domain and the machine will not allow you access to a share as a specific user, but when the same user is coming from a different client in the network, they have access to the share? In addition, anyone else on the miss behaving client can get to the share?
If this is correct, maybe it is a corrupt user profile on that machine for that user?
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