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net time..gives me access denied..why?

hi, i am trying to use the net time command to sychronize the time with a server ( not a real server)
t gives me access is denied.
the "clients" login automatically using a defined power user account...the "server" logs on as administrator.
it used to work..
oh also. i can't acces the shared drive of the "server" either..it says account is expired or password s expired..but i don't have accounts set up on the fake server..only for the printer.

any ideas..it used to work!
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moonlightcyberAuthor Commented:
comment..i juts logeed on to the client machine as admin and it worked..so it is obviously to do withy the accounts..but i don't undertand why it just stopped working...
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SysExpertCommented:
I would check the accounts. There is an expiration date on them in the properties. Change it and your problems should disappear.

I hope this helps !
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SysExpertCommented:
Actually, It may be simpler to delete and recreate the accounts.
Is your Server win2k Pro ?

I hope this helps !
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moonlightcyberAuthor Commented:
yup win2k pro..will try it..thanks
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SysExpertCommented:
Glad I could help !
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