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After switching to Native mode in the DC (windows server 2000) problem with security groups

Posted on 2006-07-03
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Hi Experts,

I have recently switched my DC (Windows server 2000) to native mode. This server is also being used as a file server.
Now, my intetion is to move all the data to another server (to a new file server which uses Windows server 2003).
The thing is that I can assign the groups to folders on the new server but when trying to get access I get "access denied".
Moreover, when creating a new group and assigning this group to any folder, I still get an "access denied" error when trying to get access.

Can any body explain what could have happened wrong and how could I fix the problem ?
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Check you share permissions for the shared folders. You may have rights via NTFS but not share.
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Sorry clicked the wrong button..

There has been one fairly major change with Windows Server 2003: the default share permissions are (the group) Everyone|Read.
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by:flexlight
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I figured it out.
THX anyway.
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