Share Folder Access

I have a server that is running Windows 2008 standard.  I have 6 Windows 7 workstations connected to the network. On each of the workstations there are multiple users with their own login.   On every station but one they can map to any shared drive/folder with no issues.  On one workstation only one of the users can map to a particuliar share.  The other users get access denied when they attempt to map to the drive.   I have created a new group and put everyone in it, I have listed everyone group, put everyone in the administrators group, listed everyone individually, give full control to aforementioned groups and people. I have shared out the drive & the parent folder as well in an attempt to give rights.  I dont see any restrictions on the folder. I have opened completely I believe.

I can copy the aforemention folder to another folder and share it out and everyone can get to the folder.

I have attempted to map to the share under one user that did not work but using the user that did work credentials but get a the share is mapped under a different user.  The error that I get is the network folder is currently mapped using a different user name and password.  To connect using a different user name and password first disconnect any existing mappings to the network share. (There are no other mapping to the share under this user)
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Emmanuel AdebayoGlobal Windows Infrastructure Engineer - ConsultantCommented:
Use "NET USE" to see the list of mapped drives for that user

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Swampmice1Author Commented:
Found a work around. If used I used the fully qualified name I was abble to map the drive. It works for the moment. Btw the WINS & DNS were the same on all the workstations.  Thanx Emmanuel for the Net Use
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