Re: User's home share unaccessible after adding an Outlook profile
- From: "Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]" <lanwench@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2006 15:53:06 -0500
KeRT <KeRT@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> typed:
I have Windows XP SP2 machines in a SBS 2003 domain. Exchange has
been set up and everyone can access their e-mail with Outlook 2003
just fine. We just had an employee leave, so I added a profile to
one person's outlook to be able to access that employee's e-mail.
So you a) granted this user "full mailbox access" to the old user's mailbox
in ADUC and then b) added the mailbox as a secondary one to the user's mail
profile? that's what I do......
After doing so, she was unable to access her network home drive!
Via a mapped drive, UNC path, ???
This is the share set up automatically when her account was added to
active directory. I checked permissions on the folder and nothing
To test, I added permissions to her folder for the employee who had
left and then she was able to access her files on that share!
I don't know what you mean....
How is this possible? How can I fix it? I've already removed the
Outlook profile? Outlook has nothing to do with this - it would help if you
explained exactly what you did.....
I tried disconnecting all of her network shares and
I was able to connect to it correctly using "Net use h:
//server/users/name /USER:domain/name" and did not have to specify a
password, but as soon as she logged off and on again, it was back to
the way it was before.
Are you using a login script? You should be....even a basic batch file.
net use * /del
net use h: /home /persistent:no
net use x: \\server\share /persistent:no
net use y: \\server\share /persistent:no