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Can't see some files and folders from client on SBS 2003

Posted on 2009-05-05
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The is perhaps connected to a different problem with the CEICW wizard I have listed separately and simultaneously in the SBS zone.  Perhaps I shouldn't have tried to split them.  In any case, since tinkering with some permissions in my main file sharing folder(I thought I increased them) I now can't a see some files and folders from a  user account with administrative privileges from one of the client computers  I can use the same account to gain access to the same material which I can't access using network places by using remote desktop. Same client computer.
I have given full control for the account under both sharing and security.
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OK, the folder problem was solved by restarting the client computer.  Don't know what it was about.

Still have the problem with the CEICW wizard.
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