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Users can't access network files via the terminal server

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Users are unable to access network files via the terminal server. They can get e-mail but pretty much nothing else. We have an Exchange server.
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I think you have to clarify your server deployment.
Name each server, explain what roles are installed on each.
What error are you getting?
Are all servers installed in one AD domain?
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the server is installed on a domain. Not sure why you want my server names
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Is this issue happening over VPN connection?
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I restarted the terminal server and it's good.
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