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Windows 2008, Sysvol, RDP, and access denied

Posted on 2011-09-16
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Hello all,
I have a client that has Windows 2008 standard server.  When he logs on as a administrator equivalent account on the server itself he can get to the sysvol directory.  When he logs onto the server through RDP with the same administrator account he gets an access denied error when he tries to get to the sysvol directory.
Not sure what to do on this.
Thanks,
Kelly W.
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Software_onbekend earned 500 total points
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Have you already checked the security setting of the SYSVOL folder.
Check if there are any deny boxes checked.
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I will check that out but it probably will not be until Monday.
Thanks,
kelly W.
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There are no deny boxes that are checkmarked, so I am not sure what we need to do next.
Thanks,
Kelly W.
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Actually ran cals.exe and that fixed the error, but am gonna give points because you tried to help.
Thanks,
kelly W.
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by:K_Wilke
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Ran cals.exe and that fixed it, but you were the only one that helped so you get full points.
Yeah for you!
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Are there any groups in the security settings of sysvol that are related to RDP ?

Or are there GPO in place for RDP sessions ?
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Oh..So the problem was related to licenses issues...
Thank you for sharing the solution...
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