NT 4.0 Directory Permissions

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DarrenW

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Cannot control shared folder on NT PDC with FAT partition. All shares and permissions look fine.
I've set-up profile specific folders on the NT server for image back-ups. Each folder has the permissions set so that the specific client's user profile has the permissions for full control to that folder. (eg. client S123R, user DUDE has full control permissions on \\SERVER\D\S123R.) If i log on from any Win9x client with the specified profile for that share I have read only rights. If I log-on with that same profile from my W2K client I have full control permissions as they were specified. What am I missing?
 
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Are the profiles being copied from the server to the workstation at login? Might want to check and see if this is occuring on the Win9X boxes. Are you using login scripts to establish home directories at login also?
 

DarrenW

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the profiles are being copied to the clients. Part of the problem may be that the server with the shared image folders is on a different (but trusted) domain. When i set the permissions I used the show all users option and selected the profiles from the other trusted domain (it is a 2 way trust, both servers are trusted and trusting). I have not tried thelog-on script idea, that's worth a shot too.
 
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