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Why won't my domain users show up on this Win2k3 machine...???

Andrew Angell
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Last Modified: 2012-05-09
I've been working on a workgroup environment and I recently switched to a domain controller.  I've gotten all of my machines added to the domain, including my Win2k3 web server, and everything works as expected from all machines (Windows 7) except for the Win3k server machine.

I was able to get it added to the domain without a problem and I can sign in using the domain admin account, however, when I try and set shares or access permissions only the local users are showing up for me.  I can't get the domain users/groups to show up at all.

For example, I've shared a folder on the Win2k3 machine while logged in with the domain admin account.  When I try to add users to the Permissions for the share, though, I don't see any of the domain users.  All I see are local accounts.

If I click into advanced and then try to go into Locations to switch to the domain it doesn't show up there either.  All I see there is my local computer name (which I actually changed when I joined the domain) but the domain I'm on doesn't show up there.

All of my Win7 machines show me the domain users when I share folders no problem.  Any information about how I can make this work would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!
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