We recently had our environment upgraded/rebuilt with Server 2008 Active Directory and Data Server for our network folders.
I just found out today that a users laptop not on the domain can access any network folder without even a prompt for login credentials. This user is a standard user on the domain. Im not even sure if his Windows laptop login credential is the same as his Domain credential.
It seems to be a problem with the users laptop on the domain. A workstation that is on the domain is not allowing access to any folder.
There is a folder called Internal. On the sharing tab, shared button, the following users are listed:
Under Advanced Sharing it shows Everyone and Administrators with rights.
Under the Security tab, it shows: System, Administrator, Domain Admins, and Administrators (Server\Administrators).
I thought it may be that Everyone is listed under Advanced Sharing so I removed that. However the user can still access this folder.
What is it that is giving this person access to the folder?