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Old April 14th 03, 06:53 PM
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Default Domain User Problems


-----Original Message-----
My PC is running XP Pro and is configured as a Domain

user
on a network.

In the user mode, I am unable to set the folder to be
shared ( no sharing option available after right click on
folder)

In addition, each time I install a new program, I was
denied since I do not have administrative rights.
How do one set the administrative rights for users of a
domain such that it is allowed to install programs ?

When invoking the Photo Editor, it states "Registry do

not
contain picture formats" I tried to remove Photo Editor
and reinstall but to no avail.


You must be an administrator to set user rights. Logon as
administrator of the local machine, not your NT domain. If
you don't have a password you are screwed, get it from the
person/s who setup the machine.

File sharing requires that the service "File and Printer
Sharing for MS Networks"
Open the Net Card properties and add the service. You must
be an admin to do it

woldack
Kindly advice on how I could rectify the above problems.

Thank you very much.


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