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    Hi all
    im working on a server 2003 with a workstation :win2000
    im logging on to the workstation (win2000) as administrator
    when i try to see the properties of "My Network Places" i get this message:

    "you do not have permission to open the network and dial-up connections folder."

    how come?
    what can i do to fix it.

    i used: gpedit.msc on the local cpu and on the server itself
    no policy was configured on that isue. not on the administrators
    templates nor on the computers network

    i used: gpresault to see if any policy was applied as expected.
    yes my last configured policy was applied.

    i used: regedit and erased this key
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\policies\Explorer]
    "NoNTSecurity"=dword:00000001

    nothing helped.

    can any one help ?

  • #2
    Re: You do not have perrmission.... But im the admin

    Is the workstation a domain member??

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    • #3
      Re: You do not have perrmission.... But im the admin

      Please!!
      dont !!

      yes it IS ofcourse!!!!!

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      • #4
        Re: You do not have perrmission.... But im the admin

        I've got the same warning on my personal computer, Windows XP Pro SP2.

        I can't use anymore: "ctrl+alt+del" keys; cannot access to msdos window (cmd); can't open Hotmail and Gmail e-mail services.

        I believe that a malicious code or a virus has changed my registry.

        Any help please?

        Antonio.

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        • #5
          Re: You do not have perrmission.... But im the admin

          Originally posted by similpelle
          I've got the same warning on my personal computer, Windows XP Pro SP2.

          I can't use anymore: "ctrl+alt+del" keys; cannot access to msdos window (cmd); can't open Hotmail and Gmail e-mail services.

          I believe that a malicious code or a virus has changed my registry.

          Any help please?

          Antonio.
          Antonio, you really should have started a new thread and NOt hijacked this one. Do not reply here, start a new one and copy your first post so we will know what you are talking about. Thank you.

          Try running Virus scan (there are free online ones, use Google) and Ad-Aware and Spybot.

          Kazza, are you logging on to the workstation as local Administrator or as Domain Administrator?
          1 1 was a racehorse.
          2 2 was 1 2.
          1 1 1 1 race 1 day,
          2 2 1 1 2

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          • #6
            Re: You do not have perrmission.... But im the admin

            Originally posted by kazza
            Please!!
            dont !!

            yes it IS ofcourse!!!!!

            Please!!! Don't!!! What do you mean.

            Is the Domain Administrator a member of the local Admins group??

            Has there been anything changed in the Default Domain Policy that would affect this??

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            • #7
              Re: You do not have perrmission.... But im the admin

              Hi bligless77,

              sorry for mistake, I thought I was in the right post because the sujbect match with my problem.

              Antonio.

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              • #8
                Re: You do not have perrmission.... But im the admin

                Ooopsss, biggles77 is correct. Sorry for mistake.

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                • #9
                  Re: You do not have perrmission.... But im the admin

                  Similpelle you have been banned for 2 weeks but your "new thread" shall remain open.

                  In the future, please think before posting. The first post with apology was sufficient. There was NO reason to make a second post. You could have edited or better still, deleted it.
                  1 1 was a racehorse.
                  2 2 was 1 2.
                  1 1 1 1 race 1 day,
                  2 2 1 1 2

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                  • #10
                    Re: You do not have perrmission.... But im the admin

                    yes the administrator is on the domains group
                    only the win2000 system does that problem
                    about any other xp workstations its ok

                    the station is a domain member yes
                    the policy is the same yes nothing was changed.

                    thnx for any help

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                    • #11
                      Re: You do not have perrmission.... But im the admin

                      Hi kazza

                      How about trying other things that the admin would normally have access to.

                      Also check Domain\Admins is still in the Administrators group. I know that if it's not then you can't access LAN properties in the Network and Dial Up Connections.
                      You will only be able to see <Domain>\Admins within User profiles and not all users if Domain\Admins is shown in Administrators group. Of course you could try and add a user such as Enterprise\Admin into the administrators group, if you get an error then its a safe bet that the Domain\Admin is screwed on that PC

                      Its looking like the local policies may have a hand in your problem. If you have checked and no GPO's are in effect. I'd be inclined to check the Local Policies against a PC you have no issues with.

                      I suppose the only way to check this fully is to take the PC place it in a OU of its own and dissable all GPO's in that OU then see what happens after it had time to reset.

                      Hope this helps
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