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Shared folders are not visible from Workstation

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    Post Shared folders are not visible from Workstation

    When the user logs in and checks the shared folders, he canít see it. Only few shares are visible, remaining not. If I log in to another system as the same user, then I can access all the shares from his workstation. I have installed KB896427. And there is no Firewall in between the server and client. And Windows 2003 Server and Windows XP Pro, which client is using, are fully patched.

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    Download procmon (Process Monitor) from the below site:

    Process Monitor

    After downloading run it. When your trying to access the shared folders from the problematic system, check for the ďAccess DeniedĒ error messages in the log file.

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