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    Installed SBS2003 and it seems that everything went OK for the first 2 CD's.

    Checked access through a Domain Logon from another Lan computer and that was OK
    Tried a browse from another Computer using confirmed user account (no Domain logon) and got the System Error 5 Access Denied error.

    NB: Not a simple browse.
    Rather a net use m: \\IP\share /user:ConfirmedAdminUser

    add correct PW and get the error.
    This worked fine on W2000, W2003 etc.

    What have I missed or is this a new security option that one has to 'logon' to access the Shares?

    Thanks

  • #2
    I suggest you try:
    m: \\IP\share /user:domain\ConfirmeddomainUser
    and see what you get.

    I would also suggest you complete setup of CDs 3 and 4 (and 5, if premium). Why would you stop after 2?
    TIA

    Steven Teiger [SBS-MVP(2003-2009)]
    http://www.wintra.co.il/
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    • #3
      Originally posted by teiger
      I suggest you try:
      m: \\IP\share /user:domain\ConfirmeddomainUser
      and see what you get.

      I would also suggest you complete setup of CDs 3 and 4 (and 5, if premium). Why would you stop after 2?
      Thanks for the assistance but your suggestion does not resolve the problem.

      Please note that this is a New Installation. No other programs around to disturb the OS.

      I reexamined the just made empty test Dir. There was Everyone Full Control in the share authorisation AND the NTFS authorisation.
      Having received the error again I removed the Everyone and recreated the permissions using 'Users' & Full Control.

      I tried your syntax and the [email protected] syntax.

      I even removed the PW's to avoid Key errors.

      I do not know what is wrong.
      At times received 2 new errors numbers using even the correct Admin access.
      This stated that either the user or PW was wrong.
      Know that the Admin access is right since just reentered the system as admin.

      Code:
      C:\>net use m: \\192.168.100.1\aaa /user:wrkgrp\tuser
      Password non valida per \\192.168.100.1\aaa.
      
      Digitare la password per \\192.168.100.1\aaa:
      Errore di sistema 5.
      
      Accesso negato.
      
      C:\>net use m: \\192.168.100.1\aaa /user:wrkgrp.local\admin
      Password non valida per \\192.168.100.1\aaa.
      
      Digitare la password per \\192.168.100.1\aaa:
      Errore di sistema 1326.
      
      Errore durante l'accesso: nome utente sconosciuto o password non valida.
      
      C:\>net use m: \\192.168.100.1\aaa /user:wrkgrp.local\admin
      Password non valida per \\192.168.100.1\aaa.
      
      Digitare la password per \\192.168.100.1\aaa:
      Errore di sistema 86.
      
      Password di rete specificata non corretta.
      
      C:\>net use m: \\192.168.100.1\aaa /user:[email protected]
      Password o nome utente non valido per \\192.168.100.1\aaa.
      
      Digitare la password per \\192.168.100.1\aaa:
      Errore di sistema 5.
      
      Accesso negato.
      Any ideas ?
      BTW, on your systems this does work at least, doesn't it ???????
      [Lan access to certain shares without a Domain logon]

      AFAIK CD's 4, 5 are not indispensable for the OS.
      In particular not for Networking. Or am I wrong here.
      Besides which i did employ a part of these CD's for Oulook
      etc.

      Thanks

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      • #4
        Are you trying to connect with someone who is NOT a member of the domain? Remember - SBS is very suspicious, it trusts NO-ONE
        I frequently connect to other domains but I don't try to make a user from my computer authenticate on SBS. I do it the otherway round and connect to the share using a valid user from the domain. Hence my previous suggestion.
        TIA

        Steven Teiger [SBS-MVP(2003-2009)]
        http://www.wintra.co.il/
        sigpic
        Iím honoured to have been selected for the SMB 150 list for 2013. This is the third time in succession (no logo available for 2011) that I have been honoured with this award.

        We donít stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by teiger
          Are you trying to connect with someone who is NOT a member of the domain? Remember - SBS is very suspicious, it trusts NO-ONE
          I frequently connect to other domains but I don't try to make a user from my computer authenticate on SBS. I do it the otherway round and connect to the share using a valid user from the domain. Hence my previous suggestion.
          Hi Thanks

          Was it the Quote in the last post lacking in clariity?
          I even tried connecting as Admin and this failed as shown.

          Perhaps I did not understand your last phrase.
          Usually this method has worked OK in 2K & 2K3 servers

          [This problem does not exist when logged on/in]
          Any other ideas?

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          • #6
            Is your domain called "wrkgrp.local"?
            As I said, I often use the domain administrator
            so it looks like,

            net use m: \\<server>\<share> /user:<domain>\administrator

            though I have seen "access denied" on 2003 servers. A panacea for many security troubles is shown at: http://www.smallbizserver.net/Default.aspx?tabid=139
            TIA

            Steven Teiger [SBS-MVP(2003-2009)]
            http://www.wintra.co.il/
            sigpic
            Iím honoured to have been selected for the SMB 150 list for 2013. This is the third time in succession (no logo available for 2011) that I have been honoured with this award.

            We donít stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by teiger
              Is your domain called "wrkgrp.local"?
              As I said, I often use the domain administrator
              so it looks like,

              net use m: \\<server>\<share> /user:<domain>\administrator

              though I have seen "access denied" on 2003 servers. A panacea for many security troubles is shown at: http://www.smallbizserver.net/Default.aspx?tabid=139
              Hi Teiger
              Thanks again for the follow up.
              You are right in mentioning the .local

              It was only due to the fact that in the example I included before I was
              pretty fed up and having tried the usual technique as you rightly cite
              I wondered if there could be something wrong in the definition of the
              user domain so, a last hope, I tried adding it onto the domain as it is
              defined on the Server.
              In fact the Test Domain is : wrkgrp.local
              However it does not worl even if I use the normal way.

              I have not had enough time to read the other link fully but it seems
              a lot of work for something that is usually 'given for granted'.
              ie. Simple Browsing

              It came to mind the question of Passwords
              Clear or Encrypted or ?
              However even here this method worked elsewhere.

              Baffling, unless it is due to something that it so elementary that I
              have completely missed, which would not explain the correct functioning
              when logged on.

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