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Mapping a Windows 2003 Server

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I am new to Windows 2003K, and have one domain with three servers, only one of them has Windows 2003 Server on it.
I have put myself in many groups, I have an ADMIN account.
When I go to map the drive, I can see the server and two folders under it.  the two folders are:
Printers and Faxes
Scheculed Task.

I have an account on this server also.  What am I missing?

TIA,

Jess


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Did you share the folders you want to access from the server?
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I will try that CDCOP, thanks and get back to you

Jess
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You just made a Happy New guy to Server 2003

Thanks


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Glad I could help!
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