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Old May 24th 11, 08:08 AM
arnapsui arnapsui is offline
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Default Cannot access Local Disk (D:) in aclient

Hi

We have a local area network with a domain and there is client PC which have two partitions C: and D:.

When log on with the particular user account, D: drive can be accessed, but with other accounts even domain administrator and local administrator, I cannot access the D: drive.

What might be the cause and how can I solve this?

Another issue with the same PC is that we have connected a printer and it was shared. But, I cannot connect it to the other clients.
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