Mac Can no Longer Connect to one of our servers
Posted on 2006-05-24
We are running Active Directory on Windows 2003 R2. We are running Mac OS X. We have bound our macs to the domain using the Directory Access utility. This was all working fine until one day all of our macs suddenly couldn't connect to a particular server that they were able to connect to before. They are being authenticated on our domain controller, but are being denied access to a shared folder that any PC user can access. If these same users jump onto a terminal server, or a PC, they can access the folder without a problem. Below are the error messages I get from the Mac console when I try to access the share. Oh also, when I try to access the share, it does ask for a username and password. I've even typed in the administrator username and password, but it doesn't matter. If we try to access this folder from a share, we get denied permission.
mount_smbfs: error from NetrShareEnum call: exception = 382312522
mount_smbfs: tree connect phase failed: syserr = Permission denied
mount_smbfs: could not login to server MCKDATA: syserr = Permission denied