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Are you trying to authenticate to this share using credentials other than what the user is logged in as?
If this is the case, is the user mapped to any other shares on the same server?
I think that it's because you can't connect to the same server with different credentials. If you had mapped \\server1\share and then tried to access \\server1\anothershare it wouldn't let you. If you try to get to \\server2\share it will because you haven't already connected to that server.
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Posted 03 December 2009 - 18:34
Not at all accurate. I have users logged into the domain here, and when I try to access a share they have no rights to, I receive a login box for new credentials. I'm not saying you're not having that problem, but it's not because they're logged in to the domain. Maybe something in the way your shares are handled (shares inside shares, etc.) is causing this.
I receive that error because the user is logged into the domain with his domain account. If the user was logged in with a local account then he would get prompted for his credentials.
Posted 04 December 2009 - 21:21