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A mapped drive on our network is not showing some sub folders. On some computers, you can see only one sub folder on others, you can only see 2 sub folders. All subfolders were showing before. This just started Last Friday (two computers) and then today other computers are affected. There's Windows 7, XP and Vista on the network. File share server is a Windows 2012 virtual machine that also serves as a domain controller.
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Is this with the same user or different user? Maybe this is caused by access enumeration?
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I'm also getting the following event viewer error a lot on the server:

Error 1202
Security policies were propagated with warning. 0x534 : No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.
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This is with different users as mentioned in the original post. Thanks.
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can you disable ABE (opposite of this post: http://heineborn.com/tech/enable-access-based-enumeration-in-windows-server-2012/) to check if the folders are visible?
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restarted the server and the folders are all showing up again, except on one Windows 7 computer that is still showing one sub folder only.
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I have turned off Access Based Enumeration and caching of share. There's no difference. Problem still exists. Is a restart needed after turning off these features?
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