Sharing ubder win95 on USER basis in NT network

Sharing ubder win95 on USER basis in NT network

Post by Azimu » Sat, 15 Mar 1997 04:00:00



I have still a little problem ! I have enabled the sharing on user
basis on both the win95 clients and now I share some directories of
their hard drives selecting the user with the list derived from the
NT4 SRV. I choosed to share to:

Domain admins   (full control)
Domain user (only read)

the weird thing is that when I try to write or read that shares from
the NT4 SRV (where I've logged on as Administrator) I canNOT browse
anything, cuz I obtain the following error: "Access is denied ....."

But if I put Everyone (full control) in the share list, everything
works fine and I can browse those directories that I shared. I dont
understand why there is this behaviour, cuz as Administrator I belong
to the group of Domain Admins.

Have you ever dealt with this kind of error ???
THANKS IN ADVANCE !!:-)))

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Sharing ubder win95 on USER basis in NT network

Post by Bill Sime » Tue, 18 Mar 1997 04:00:00



>I have still a little problem ! I have enabled the sharing on user
>basis on both the win95 clients and now I share some directories of
>their hard drives selecting the user with the list derived from the
>NT4 SRV. I choosed to share to:

>Domain admins   (full control)
>Domain user (only read)

>the weird thing is that when I try to write or read that shares from
>the NT4 SRV (where I've logged on as Administrator) I canNOT browse
>anything, cuz I obtain the following error: "Access is denied ....."

>But if I put Everyone (full control) in the share list, everything
>works fine and I can browse those directories that I shared. I dont
>understand why there is this behaviour, cuz as Administrator I belong
>to the group of Domain Admins.

>Have you ever dealt with this kind of error ???
>THANKS IN ADVANCE !!:-)))

>               .
>        ___   //                BYE from Azimuth
>      {~._.~}//                 and his koala
>       ( Y )K/
>      ()~*~()
>      (_)-(_)

NT security uses the "Most Restrictive" method. It first looks for NO ACCESS.
If it finds NO ACCESS for EVERYONE, that is the security it applies to that
share, no matter what other permissions are assigned. Since everyone is a
member of EVERYONE, no one will have access.

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1. USing WIn95 shared printer via NT 4.0, User's don't get print notification.

All,

We have a NT 4.0 server and many Windows95 clients.  We have 12 print
server PC's serving printers via Pathworks LAT.  With this setup, the NT
server sends print jobs to the LAT service name and port name.  The PS PC
prints it via it's local ports.  This works fine and the users can see
what print jobs are in the queue and who owns them.  They also get print
notifications when the print job is complete.

I recently upgraded 3 of the PS PC's to WIn95 and shared the printers via
TCPIP.  I changed the NT server queue to point to these services.  Now
ALL print jobs show up as the name of the NT server and noone get's print
notifiactions.  This setup is MUCH more reliable and stable compared to
the LAT services.  If we can get the bugs worked out, we will upgrade all
of them.

Anyone have any ideas?
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