We have a Windows NT 4 server providing shares to several printers on our NT network. I am able to install a driver on Win 95 clients to print to these shares with no problem. The usual procedure to do this on a Win NT Workstaion client is to logon to the client (not the network) as administrator. In the Add Printer wizard I just type the path of the printer (\\server\printername) and the printer is then available to all who logon to the network on that client. Starting a few days ago, when I type in the path I get an error message "Could not connect to the printer. Access denied." Since I have administrator rights in NT this seems odd. I don't have an access problem otherwise. If I browse the list of servers, no printers show up. If I double-click the server for these printers I get the hourglass for a few seconds and nothing happens. If I use Network Neighborhood to browse to the server, when I double-click it I am asked for username and password. If I supply the appropriate credentials I see and can install the printers but if I do it this way they do not appear on the client when other users log on the the network from that client machine.