Corrupt Computer server account

I had a system corruption from a repliction software so I had to reformat. My proceedures were as follows. 1st I disjoined from the domain then rebooted and reformatted. 2nd I reinstalled windows named the server the same name and rejoined it back to the Domain. I did this all under the admin account. Now when I login and try to run an excuable from a network share it lets me browse it but not run it. I comes back with an access error. I am assuming the computer account is corrupted so I went to AD and deleted the account disjoined and rejoined but still get the same error. Please help me figure this one out as I do not want to rename the computer because of the naming scheme for all of replication servers are the same.
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LauraEHunterMVPCommented:
Was this reformatted server a domain controller?  If so, you will need to perform a metadata cleanup before rejoining the domain using the same name, as described here: http://www.petri.co.il/delete_failed_dcs_from_ad.htm
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DrDave242Commented:
Are you able to open other files (non-executables) from the same share with no problems?  Also, can you run executables from other shares, or do they all give you the same error?  I have encountered this problem before, and the solution, oddly enough, involved Internet Explorer security settings.  I will check to see if I can find exactly what setting needs to be changed.
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DrDave242Commented:
OK, here's the first thing to check:  Within the Internet Options menu, select the Security tab.  Then select the Local Intranet zone and click the Sites button.  Check to see whether the box for "Include all network paths (UNCs)" is checked.  If not, check it, then try again.
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pclay3Author Commented:
Thanks this is what I needed.
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pclay3Author Commented:
Thanks for your help
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