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Cannot connect to share on member server with domain admin credentials but can connect with local administrative credentials.

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I have 2 virtual machines. 1-domain controller, 2 - member server
I try to connect from domain controller to member server share by entering \\192.168.1.104 or \\192.168.1.104\d$. I receive prompt to enter user name and password. If I enter local admin password - connection is successful. If I enter domain admin password it is not successful. I receive an error -logon unsuccessful. windows  is unable to log on-
Permissions of share is -grant full access- to everyone on both share and NTFS permissions.
Domain admin group is a member of local administrators group.

I spent not little amount of time truing to resolve and surfing the web but I have found nothing.

Help will be appreciated.
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