We have a domain that has been running with NT for several years.
We upgraded our Webserver and Domain Controller about 4 months ago. Everything was fine!
I upgraded the file server to W2K last night, and everything was ok until about 10:30 this morning.
Certain W2k and NT4 workstations couldn't connect to the file server. I worked most of the day and I know what the problem is but not sure why.
There are 2 of us doing administration. The other fellow installed a couple of workstations and has the user logging in under their own domain name, not the general domain.
The question I have is this the proper way to do this? I didn't think so at the time but haven't had enough experience with this and it worked so I let it go. I reproduced the problem on my own computer. The computer browses the network alright but has no rights on the file server.
If they are loggin on to the local machine only and not the domain, then they shouldn't get access to the file server. They need to log on to the domain. If they must log on to thier workstations, then
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