I have a problem that implies there is some corruption of the credentials for one user on one computer in my domain, but am unsure how to fix it without totally blowing away the users profile, which I do not want to do. Here is the issue: The user, when logged into their normal computer, appears to authenticate properly with the DC. Files that are created locallly are owned by the [email protected] as expected. However, when the user attempts to access shared areas on the network write permissions are not given to certain resources as expected and if the user does create a file or directory in a place where everyone has write permissions, the owner is "guest" instead of [email protected] If the same user logs in to any other computer on the network, all permissions work correctly...that is files that are created on the network are owned by [email protected], not by guest. The main issue is not really the ownership of files, it is that the network views the user as "guest" when logged in from her own computer and thus most restricted files and directories are unavailable. As pointed out above, this only happens if the user is logged into her own computer, not other computers in the domain, so the problem must be some corruption of credentials on the users computer. If someone can give me a pointer to how to fix this, I would appreciate it!
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User Authentication Issue