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can not connect in the LAN to other computer for specific users

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I have server 2008 fundetion with about 10 users, i create a share folder on other computer on the network (Windows 7 pro) and share for all users
at the begining I success to connect to win 7 with all user to the share folder, now in some reason i am not ableing to connect with 2 users from the 10, (administrator and regular user)
I received an error "Check the spelling name" see attach print screen

please advice

Thanks
Nir
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did u diagnose the problem by clicking the buttion, what happen

the following link has the same problem, look at it

http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7network/thread/d6b82bef-5168-4ee0-98f1-03ad7e14827b
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the diagnose says can not repair automticaly, and when I press on the button it open help page menu

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it could not be firewall problem because I am abeling to connect with part of the users
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in the detail of the error its says "Access is deny"
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in the detail of the error its says "Access is deny"
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you are saying that if click on computers that are visible in Network Neighborhood ,it says "Access is deny"

correct?
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you might have to setup security under properties for the folder that you have shared, check it again it it ok
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yes if I click on a specific computer in the network neighborhood "it says access is deny"
but its happen only for adminstrator and one of the regular user
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the link which i gave on first one, has the points as follows:
"If you encounter difficulties accessing computers that are visible in Network Neighborhood, make sure the computer being accessed has an account with the same name and password as the system connecting to it uses to login."

check it again
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