cannot access print shares on w2k srver but can access directory s


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cannot access print shares on w2k srver but can access directory s

Postby c29lZmZpbmdlckBvcmFuZ2VidXJnY291bnR5Lm9yZw » Thu, 14 Apr 2005 09:13:02 GMT

I've got a server running windows 2000 server sp4.  It has a number directory 
and print shares.  I might add I got roped into a system that I've never 
worked on before. I can access the directory shares from any windows xp 
machine but when I go to access the printers I get the error 

"\\server\hplj4300 not accessible, you may not have permission to access 
this network resource"

I've tried removing the print shares and adding them back with no result.  
I've also tried removing the permissons for the printers and adding back.   
I've upgraded the serice pack from sp1 to sp4 with no result.  

Another thing I noticed is a cannot browse the shared resources on the 
server by typing in the unc path \\servername at the start/run prompt.  The 
only thing that comes up is blank window.   I able to shared access a 
directory resource by typing the unc path \\servername\sharename.  

Any ideas?  thanks in advance.

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