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Server 2003 In folder security the domain not showing up

Posted on 2011-02-27
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Weird problem - when I try to add a user from the domain does not show up only the local computer name. What can this be?
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Question by:Starquest321
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Not sure what you mean, can you post a screen shot of it?
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On the PC? On the server?
To a folder? to a mailbox?

Some info would be helpful
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I assume you are granting user's NTFS permissions to a folder? :)
Then, is this PC a domain member? Have you configured DNS server's list properly on that client?

What do you see when you click on

 Security tab of folder
Regards,
Krzysztof
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The problem was with the DNS :) I added the local one to the sequence. . .
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