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    Acess to mapped network drive denied

    Hi, thanks in advance for any kind help on this.

    I currently have an isolated machine that we are unable to access the staff shared T: drive on (tried re-mapping it) tried using a number of administration log-ins will full rights and still no luck, it recognizes the drive is there but doesn't indicate any capacity details, the drive works for every other machine


    T drive acess error.JPG

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    What happens if you disconnect and reconnect the map?

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    Has the machine been checked for viruses, sometimes an AV will kill a connection if it detects dodgey behaviour which may lead to this depending on how badly the AV implements itself in the OS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne View Post
    What happens if you disconnect and reconnect the map?
    Hi thanks if I disconnect and remap I get the same error T: drive access denied

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    Has the machine been checked for viruses, sometimes an AV will kill a connection if it detects dodgey behaviour which may lead to this depending on how badly the AV implements itself in the OS.
    running Sophos enterprise AV

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    If you type the UNC path into Explorer, be it:

    \\SERVERNAME\SHARE

    or the FQDN:

    \\SERVERNAME.PRI\SHARE

    Does that make any difference?

    Can you browse to this share from navigating to Network?

    Try forcing a registration with DNS - ipconfig /registerdns

    If all else fails and it happens for all users, just re-image the workstation.

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    I notice this is the only hidden share compared to the other shares you have. Could it be a permission issue on the share?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnykewell1 View Post
    I notice this is the only hidden share compared to the other shares you have. Could it be a permission issue on the share?
    I did think this but I have full admin rights and all our staff logins have full access to that drive

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    as mention above can you get to the share manually \\server\share$ ?

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    Hidden shares have no bearing on permissions (as far as I'm aware), it's literally just that - hidden!

    Are you deploying using a script or GPP? If deploying using GPP, are you using Item-level targeting?

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    Is offline files enabled on the share/machine?

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    Check date and time on machine? Redo main the pc that ans the issue incase it is a trust issue.

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