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Both win98 and winxp workstation in 2003 AC can't browse each other.

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I have install Active directory in my windows server 2003 standard edition, also two account were created for two workstation, workstation 1 which call "Admin-1" install with O.S Win98 and another Worstation call "Acc-1" install with O.S WinXP, both log in successfully, however when they browse each other, the error message show that "You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the Administrator of this server to find out if you have access permission."  Need for you help, Thanks.
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Hi d97324404,


If you install DSclient on the 95/8 machines life should become a lot easier for you, as it allow windows 9X clients to talk directly with Active directory.

Try this guide:

http://www.its.caltech.edu/win/ad9x.html

The DSclient util is on the Windows 2003 server cd under support.
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