This just started yesterday. I'm the domain admin on our Windows 2000 domain. The server these shares are on is running Server 2003 sp2.
Here's what is going on:
When i try to access shares on our file server's D: drive i get access denied, even though i'm part of the group that has full permission to that share.
Accessing the administrative share D$ works fine, as does folders on the root of the d: drive that aren't shared, as well as shares on the same server under the c: drive.
The share permissions on the problem shares are Everyone full and NTFS permissions are domain admins group full control, which is the one I'm a member of.
If i give the everyone group NTFS permissions, then i'm able to access the shares.
No one else seems to be having an issue, it's only with my domain account.
I've rebooted the server, my computer, and both domain controllers.
I've tried removing a share and then adding it back.
I've tried resetting the NTFS permissions on a share by selecting the "Replacing permission entries on all child objects...." check box and allowing that to propagate.
I'm trying to avoid having to recreate my domain user account, anyone seen this before?
Advice is appreciated...