I've been working on an issue with one of our laptops on our network which is telling every user that logs onto it that it you do not have permission to access the shared drive. It's definitely an issue related to the machine and not user accounts as my
Domain admin account experiences the same problem. We have 2 network shares that get mapped via policy. Each share is on a different server. The share that is on the server at our local site is the one that we are experiencing issues with on this laptop. No
other machine on our network is having this issue. I've removed the pc from the domain and also changed it's name thinking it could be a trust/sync issue back to the server but this didn't effect anything. The issue also exists when logging on locally to the
machine. I've changed the machines IP, flushed DNS and when you browse to the server you can see all the shared resources but you still cannot open the shared folder. I've tried a lot of different things but I'm running out of ideas now. If anyone has some
suggestions that would be great.
We are using Windows Server 2008 R2 and the machine is a 64bit Windows 7 Pro.
You can try to create a new share folder on same server for mapping and see if issue still exists. If so, please try to create another new shared folder on a different computer in the same site as the server.
This issue also can be caused by the Credential Manager. I suggest going to clear the Credentials in the Credential Manager to test this issue.
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