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Lost Access to a Network Volume

Posted on 2004-03-23
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Our mac (10x) can access to volumes on our network but has lost the rights to another volume. When we go to Get Info on the volume it says "No access rights". No changes have been made to the network (Novell 5.x). When we try to changes the settings on the mac we can't unlock the padlock. We have full admin rights. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Where are you doing "get info" and seeing "no access rights". On the OS X machine? How are you getting info on a volume you cant mount? Where does the volume youre trying to access reside? If you dont have access rights, you need to change the access privileges on the server. Nothing to do with the padlock on the Mac.
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