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I have a share on a server that some workstations can not access.
If accessing the share with the NetBIOS name for example: \\servername\private$ access is denied.
But if  accessing the share with FQDN example: \\servername.domain.com\privat$ access is granted.
This shows that ntfs rights and rights on shares are correct

If I add an extra share name in the same folder - eg NewPrivat$, it is possible to access Sharen.
with \\servername\Newprivate$

why can not I access the original share (privat$] on the fileserver on some workstations, but I can access the extra share (NewPrivat$) on the same folder
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by:JRoyse
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1. I would make sure your clients have the local domian in the DNS search path under the tcp/ip settings of their adapters
2. Sounds like weird behavior - on the server, Manage, shares, sessions: clear any open sessions the problem clients have hanging around, and try the troubleshooting again
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by:Darius Ghassem
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If you do ipconfig /all is the DNS Suffix listed?
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by:HITCENTER
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Yes the DNS suffix is listed
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by:Darius Ghassem
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Do you have AV installed?
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by:JRoyse
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Do you have any WINS servers?  Are the clients using them?
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No i do not have AV installed, and yes i have WINS servers and the clients are using them
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I did re-install the workstation, because we could not find a solution.
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I did re-install the workstation, because we could not find a solution.
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