Unfortunately our old SBS2003 server died yesterday a few weeks before being replaced. Had already moved files to NAS storage. Biggest problem I have is that we can't connect to the accounts system share which is on an XP domain client machine. All data is there and intact (couldn't move to old server due to performance and space problems).
When I try and access the client share from another domain PC a logon screen appears. Basically rejects any logons including domain administrator because there is no authentication server.
Is there any way to circumvent this? Also the permissions and securty on the share allows everyone access but I still cannot access from another PC (I didn't set this up).
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