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Loss of shares when restoring Windows 2003 Domain Server

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When restoring with Acronis 10 a Windows 2003 Domain Server I loss all my shares and can no longer connect to shares on server.  
When trying to access Server shares get error " \\Server is not accessible.  You might not have permission to use this network resourc.  Contact the admin or this server to find out if you have access permissions.
Logon Failure:  The target account name is incorrect.
I was able to connect just fine prior to restore.  Please advise.
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Make sure your restored server has the correct date, time, and timezone. And that they are the same on the workstation.

Also, if the image you restored from is old enough, it may not recognize the workstation anymore because the workstation's machine account password changes periodically. If it changed for that workstation after the backup image was created, you will have to remove and re-add that workstation to the domain to get the password sync'ed up.
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Here are some other things to try for that particular error (Logon Failure:  The target account name is incorrect):

http://helpdeskgeek.com/networking/logon-failure-the-target-account-name-is-incorrect/
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I am also not able to open Domain Controller Security Policy and Domain Security Policy editors.  I receive error "Failed to open Group Policy Editor.  You may not have appropriate rights"  

Details "The system can not find path specified"
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