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Sharing problem between 2 win95 using logon server

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In the logon server i given a userid to logon to the specific pc.By logging in to the userid  iam not able to use the another 95 machine share (i have a full acess permission) but i can use the winnt machine share. i have installed win95 service pack1 also but still the problem persistence please guide me.
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by:bobinmad
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What protocols do you have set up in the Networking Control Panel, on both machines?
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sospal earned 200 total points
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try to cancel the avalible share .then make new share and in the other machine try to type the whole path of the share like
\\computer_name\share_name
look I suppose that you don't have problem with protocols or cabling .
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by:svbalaji123
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Without the 'logon at workstation' option in the Windows NT domain, everything goes on fine - old and new shares work fine. By this, I presume that there is no problem with the network or the protocols involved.

When I specify that user ABC can logon only at workstation XYZ, he is not able to create any new shares to any other workstation running Windows 95. On the contrary, the user is able to share any resources defined on Windows NT servers.
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by:svbalaji123
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Without the 'logon at workstation' option in the Windows NT domain, everything goes on fine - old and new shares work fine. By this, I presume that there is no problem with the network or the protocols involved.

When I specify that user ABC can logon only at workstation XYZ, he is not able to create any new shares to any other workstation running Windows 95. On the contrary, the user is able to share any resources defined on Windows NT servers.
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