troubleshooting Question

Cannot access shares in a virtualized system / Windows 2003 in Hyper-V

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AgrippaFlag for Netherlands asked on
VirtualizationWindows OSWindows Server 2003Hyper-V
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Hi everyone,

I have virtualized a Windows 2003 server into an Hyper-V environment with Disk2VHD. In the physical server I am able to do this:
\\servername\netlogon
I am able to see the content of netlogon.

When I do that in the virtual system (exact 100% the same Windows / setting / etc. offcourse) I get:
\\servername\netlogon is not accessible. You might not have the right permissions for this network location. Contact system administrator.

I do not get this permissions error since I cloned the physical to virtual, so everything should be exactly the same.

Anyone?
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