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    Angry Unable to Access if I use \\ServerName but if I create Shortcut it works?

    Hello Guys,

    I'm running two servers,

    Windows Server 2008 RC (MainServer)
    Windows Server 2008 RC (TerminalServer)

    On the Terminal Server if I remotely log in as user JohnSmith on the MainServer domain, I'm unable to browse the folder shares on MainServer if I type \\MainServer\FolderName

    I get this error "Accessing the resource '\\MainServer\Folder' has been disallowed"

    But if I create a "New Shortcut" to \\MainServer then I can browse everything fine, does anyone know what the issue is?

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    Edit: Found out it was "Remove run from Start Menu" is there any way of removing run without terminating the use of \\MainServer?

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