I have an interesting problem. I have a legacy Server 2003 domain with some servers running. All shares are visible to all computers and workstations. I added some 2008 Servers including a new domain controller into the same domain (after doing ADPREP).
I also added DNS and WINS to the new ADC server.
Now the interesting part. Any shares I create on the Windows Server 2008 machines are
ONLY visible to the new ADC. Not any other servers or workstations. From my XP machine I can ping the server (containing the share). I can browse using windows explore and see the server in the domain but when I click on it, instead of see
the available shares, I get a message Server not accessible, you might not have permission to access it .... and the generic 'Network Path Not found' message.
I am a domain admin and have created the share with read/write permissions for everyone.
Major kudos to anyone that can help me solve this. I've spent way too long on it.
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