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I have a mixed windows server 2003 and 2008 domain. I have about 75 users accessing the domain. One user is having an issue accessing a folder within a network share. She can access the share no problem and it looks as though she can access any other folder in the share. There is a single directory within that share that whenever she tries to access it her computer basically locks up. I have to end explorer process. I have everyone on the share and each individual folder with full access. I even put her in the share/security separately to see if that would fix it but it didnt. Its very annoying... Any help is greatly appreciated
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I figured it out. There was a shortcut within that folder which pointed to another share which no long exists. So something on that PC must be enabled so it tries to access the shortcut for some reason...
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