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SBS 2011 user access denied

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Hi,

I have a user that when they browse the \\servername they get access denied however if another domain user logs onto the laptop they can browse the server fine.

User is in the same groups as everybody else??

Any ideas?
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by:Larry Struckmeyer MVP
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With the information provided I don't see how the access denied can be for the entire server.  Are we discussing the SBS server?  Was the station joined to the network using the wizards?  Was the user created in the SBS Console?

Access Denied normally means there is a deny attribute set somewhere.  Or the user is not a member of "domain users".  Finding a deny can be maddening but you may just have to slog through all the share and security permissions until you have eliminated any possibility.

Last choice may be so safe guard all of his documents and his local profile, if any, remove the user from the domain and recreate using the wizards.
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