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    Im not sure where to post this, but I have a terminal server environment running on server 2003.

    When I log in as administrator on the domain controller (SBS 2003) I can access my desktop – which is shared from the server and set up with GPO redirected folders.

    When I cehck permissions of the desktop folder it gives administrator account full control, thats fine.

    However, when I log on with the same account (administrator) and checked I am logging on to domain, on the terminal server, it says access is denied to that desktop folder.

    If I make a new folder on the main server, give administrator account full control, that folder also shows as access denied when accessing from teh terminal server!

    Can someone help?

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