XP Share access denied in Vista

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Security' started by Joe-Al, Feb 21, 2007.

  1. Joe-Al

    Joe-Al Guest

    I am having trouble accessing shares on a WINXP workstation

    The XP workstation is using subnet 192.0.1.xxx and my Vista Client is on
    subnet 192.168.10.xxx that is hosting the WIN2K3 Domain. THe XP Client FQDN
    is the same as the WIN2K3 Domain (domain.local)

    The subnets appear to be routing OK as I can access the shares using the IP
    Address\sharename

    The problem is that if I create a new SHARE on the XP workstation, and
    restrict the permissions to a DOMAIN Account, (domain\username), I am not
    able to access the share with the VISTA Client and get an Access Denied. If I
    use another XP workstation, the resticted credentials work.

    However, If I change the share permissions (and NTFS Permissions) to
    EVERYONE (modify), the Vista Client is able to access the share and its
    contents.

    Disabling the IPv6 does not help. WTF
     
    Joe-Al, Feb 21, 2007
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