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Migrated from SBS2003 to SBS 2011 and every thing went well.  Moved files and updated GPs and scripts.  Every thing worked fine except one computer.  He could not see all the files and folders with the drives mapped to him that he had permission to.  Logged on as a different user and the same issue happened.
Made user1 a domain admin and he could unc to \\server1\e$\users\user1 and he could access all his files but log onto \\server1\users he can not see them.  If he logs onto another computer this works fine.
Tried to do a system restore but this failed with an error relating to the HD but a chkdsk /r made no difference.
Is there a registry key I can tweak to enable this to be fixed.
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by:nader alkahtani
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there are two problems :
1.network files sharing
2.system restore problem
you should differentiate they to 2 questions
generally , I hope to help you
thanks , regards
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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If this is just happening on a single machine, remove that machine from the domain and then rejoin it.
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The system restore indicated a possible error with the registry that I though might be causing the share problem

Any way I located the issue the offline folders where still pointing to the old server which is why I could see with the e$ share but not the user.  I deleted the Cache and all is working now

Thank you for taking the time to answer my question
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I eventually located the issue independantly of suggested comments
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