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Has anyone had an issue with authentication not fully working?

Posted on 2009-03-31
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I have created user accounts and they can log onto the domain and even change their password as required, but, they are not able to do any UNC pathing or application data example, they cannot set outlook, when they try it always prompts for authentication, they type in their username and password but it doesn't accept them, if I type in an administrator username and password it finds the server just fine and finishes the setup, but again next time they open it it asks for a username and password and theirs does not work.  I checked all permissions and they have permissions to do all of the above.  Any help is much appreciated.
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by:GWMerrell
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Try these actions on your new user:

1.       Remove exchange attributes from his AD user account.
2.       Run mailbox agent clean up and confirmed disconnect.
3.       Reconnected mailbox to the users AD user account.
4.       Tested mailbox connectivity with that users login credentials.
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As it turns out I was able to solve this on my own, there was a GPO that was being applied that denied everyone but admins log on locally rights, after i changed this eveyone was able to get in and work as expected
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