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How do I apply AD permissions to Mapped drives on a MacBook?

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Hi

I have added a MacBook to a domain and successfully logged in to it via an AD user.  However, for whatever reason they can browse all network shares, but more woryingly access all the drives with which they are not members.  

I assumed that the MacBook would apply the group/user permissions, but it seems to be applying the domain admin permissions with which I used to connect the Mac to the domain.

I can restrict access by mapping drives to the desktop, but if a user has even the remote clue as to the inner workings of a Mac, they will be able to browse the network shares.

Could anyone suggest a way of stopping this or a config change for the account?

Thanks in advance
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Can you use ticket viewer to see what identity is getting a kerberos ticket:

Macintosh HD > System > Library > Core Services > Ticket Viewer

It would seem strange if you're getting one for anyone except the currently logged in user.
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