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    Network Document Folders coming up as unavailable

    Strange one here. Three identical Windows 7 64 bit Clients (HP Z210s) two show my documents correctly the third all but my 2013 folder show but all docs and folders have greyed out crosses over them and won't open?

    Clicking on them it seems like a permission issue but I have full network permissions so I'm thinking it's some setting local to the affected workstation?

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    With this one I logged on with another admin account and ran delprof2. Logged back on with my usual account and first the proxy setting had not been picked up so I added that manually. Restarted and found that Internet access was ok and permissions for shared drives and folders was ok but for my home drive not security permission setting was available and yet again the folders had greyed out xs against them and wouldn't open.

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    No one able to share any thoughts on this one then. Seems a very strange issue - identical machines sitting each side of this beastie show the home folder and it's permissions fine and all docs are accessible. I just can't see any difference on this machine yet it comes up with these greyed out xs on my documents and as said earlier won't display security settings for the home folder at all? All other drives are fine as is Internet access.

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