We are creating some Windows machines for cloning and are having an issue accessing a share that we install applications from.  There is a certain folder that we access on our domain from one of domain computers, no problem.  When we whack into the same folder on the computer that is not on the domain, we are getting a access denied prompt?  We are using the same domain credentials when whacking in?  Doesn't make any sense to me?

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
is it the share or the ntfs permissions that are causing the problem? check both
cheesebugahAuthor Commented:
I would say the ntfs permissions, because she can get into the share just fine and navigate through folders just fine.  It appears to be just this one folder.  The reason why I asked the question is because she can access it just fine on her domain computer, but when she uses her credentials on the workgroup computer is when she is getting denied.  Group policy maybe?
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
on her non jdomain joined machine have her set in her credential manager in control panel
username: her domain username
password   her domain password
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cheesebugahAuthor Commented:
Not sure what you're talking about there David?

"Have her set in her credential manager"

David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
on the workgroup computer open control panel, show small icons, go to credential manager, add a windows credential and follow the steps but for username and password use domain\username and the domain password or username@domain and the domain password.

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cheesebugahAuthor Commented:
Thank you David.
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