I have a Windows 2003 server that I set up home folders on for certain users by using the map to drive letter function. Windows 2000/XP clinets work with no problem. They have a Z: drive on their system when they login that only they can access. With NT 4.0 client, they have the drive mapped but they get an access denied message when they try to access from windows explorer or anywhere else. I checked the folder permission on the server and they appear correct. On the NT 4.0 client, if I goto a command prompt, goto the Z: drive I get no acces, but if change to Z:\username I can access the shared folder. That is a pain because the user would have to do that every time he wanted to save something. On the windows 2000/xp clients you don't have to do this. Is there something I am doing wrong in the setup?