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Windows2000 Server can see but no longer access files on recently-upda

Windows2000 Server WIndows 7

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We run a Microsoft Windows network that has a mixture of PCs attached. After the latest Windows 7 updates (mid-April 2018), a tape backup system running on a Windows 2000 Server on the network can see but no longer access files on networked Windows 7 and Windows 10 PCs.

 

Have the default permissions changed in the latest Windows update, and, if so, how do I tell the Windows 7/10 PCs to give the Windows 2000 Server access to backup certain directories?


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 Hello, CED_Admin

 

Are you trying to access from your WIN200 server to computers with 7/10? If so: is there any error message from win2000 server?


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Thanks for the reply. The news is that Microsoft fixed the problem in last week's Windows 7 update. I suspect that a number of users bombarded them with complaints.


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Hello Ced_Admin:

 

I'm glad to hear that.

 

Greetings!!


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