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I'm having a sharing issue with Sys Vol on a 2008 DC.  I just promoted a server 2008 to a DC.  My primary is still 2003.  The sys vol is not shared.  DNS seems to be functioning properly but I'm still having issues with the SYS VOL folder.  Anyone have any ideas? Also when I ping the server I'm only getting the IP6 reply and not the 4.  Lastly authication seems to be failing on the network card.
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I resolved this on my own.  Thanks.
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