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Admin Can't connect to C$ on 1 shared pc out of 20

Posted on 2004-09-24
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I have been trying to access a computer on my network at \\pc-0\c$ it is the only one that prompts for a username and password. I have reset the Administrator password and that didnt help all other pc i.e. (\\pc-1\c$, \\pc-2\c$) do not prompt for an admin password. All pcs C drives are shared the same with same permissions. The pc-0 can be terminal services to witht the same username and password that the local lan access should be but it doesent work. What else could be wrong?

They are all on the same domain as well
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Do you connect with domain administrator account? The computer has been joined to the domain?
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yes, it seems it was an idendity crisis with the particular pc I rejoined it to the domain after deleting its previous profile and all is well.
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Glad to help.
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