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I am trying to unc into a domain computer: \\pcname\c$ it is popping up for username password but not taking my username password which i have domain admin rights... user must have done something? how to undo this so i can get to this PC?
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Make sure the user did not remove the Domain Admins from his local Administrator group. If the users are local admins are their machines they can do this. I have seen some people in the past do this as a countermeasure to avoid Admins from trying to monitor their usage.

Also check and make sure the simple filesharing is disabled.
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thanks...the domain admin was removed.
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