local and network mix up

We have a small network running on windows server 2003, all client machines are xp pro.  the problem is with a new machine when it is joined to the network it will not open up quickbooks which is located on another client machine (already have this working on several others).  However when i sign in as the local user it will open up.  any ideas what i might have gotten backwards?
MetalworksAsked:
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Could it be that you assigned permission of the Local account instead of the Domain account?

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MetalworksAuthor Commented:
I assigned permissions to everyone not to names.
Jay_Jay70Commented:
Hi Metalworks,

compare the group memberships of the local and domain user, what is the error you get on QB?

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MetalworksAuthor Commented:
memberships are almost the same error is you do not have acess to this network user
Jay_Jay70Commented:
when you log in locally to the machine, do you have to map a drive to get to the quickbooks directory?
MetalworksAuthor Commented:
Only for the first log on or if the system is not shut down correctly.  That is the same as all the other ones on the network.
Jay_Jay70Commented:
try elevating the user priviliges just to see if it will open
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