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Problem with Win2K server

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by jakethegr8, Feb 1, 2003.

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  1. jakethegr8

    jakethegr8 Thread Starter

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    Hello Everyone.

    This is my first thread, so I am new here.
    I gotta problem, I am dual booting between win2K pro and server.When I try to access folder or file properties(for example to set NTFS permissions or Quota) on win 2k Pro, everything is ok.However on server , I am not able to.I am not receiving any messages,I am logged on as a Admin.I can access only properties of My Computer and My DOcuments on the Desktop.THis is really frustrating.I also cannot access share.Could anyone help me?Please?

    Jake:confused:
     
  2. linux_obo

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    Were the files/Folder created in win2k Pro or Server ?? if Win2K Pro could be a permissions thing if you aren't logging in using the same ID and Password (i.e. as Admin) admin dosesn't automatically have all rights to all folders (especially user home directories) check permissions under win2kPro and then under win2kServer
     
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