users on domain not able to access share

Hi Guys,

I am having this issue where i have added a new machine to the domain and setup a share, but none of the users on the domain can access it, even though i have set the permissions to "everyone" however i think its only setup to "everyone" on the local machine.

When i try to browse to set it to the domain it doesnt show anything.
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Jonathan DuaneAsked:
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von AxlSystem AdministratorCommented:
1. Check firewall
2. Do you see anything under net share \\new machine ? If it opens and you see no shared folder then it's a permission problem.
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JohnCommented:
sometimes, you can set share permissions and not NFTS permissions (or vice versa),  check you have set both
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Screenshots can help quickly and clearly to illustrate what you have and what needs to be done.
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HallidaysCommented:
Go to browse the network from the new machine and it might tell you sharing is disabled, enable it and you should be able to see the share from other machines.
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Naveen SharmaCommented:
Seems like permission issue. Check the default domain policies.
Also check this permission analysis solution to see who has which permissions.

Windows Server - How to Troubleshoot Shared-Folder Access Issues on Domain-Joined Machines

Also, refer to this thread:
https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28954246/Domain-users-unable-to-access-shared-folder-on-standalone-machine.html
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