I am not exactly network savy. I can set up small networks - like the one in my office. But when something goes wrong I have no idea how to troubleshoot it. I am in such a pickle right now, and I am hoping that the geek factor on here is high enough to help me out.
One of my comnputers here at the office is not allowed to see files on any other computer. I don't know how this came to be as the computer in question must have access to the other files in order for us to do any work. Whenever I attempt to access another computer, I get an error message that reads:
[b]You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of theis server to find out if you have access permission
Log failure: The user has not been granted the requested log on type at this computer. [/b]
So then I run the network troubleshooter and I get the following result:
[b]The user does not have permission to log on locally to the telnet server computer.
The soulution: Insure that the user or group the user belongs to (such as the telnet users group) has the right to log on locally. Insure that the user is not denied the right to log on locally[/b]
Can anyone please translate this and tell me how to fix this thing? I am pulling my hair out over here.