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Error accessing programs on Netware 6 Server when opening from Windows Server 2003

We have recently installed a new Windows Server 2003 w/Terminal
Services to replace our old Windows NT Terminal Server. Everything
works correctly except this: When I go to open a program that is
sitting on the Netware 6 Server, I receive the following error,
"Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You mnay
not have the appropriate permissions to access the item." I am
currently logged in as Administrator, which has full rights on both the
Windows Server 2003 and the Netware 6 Server. It doesn't matter which
program I try to open, or which Netware 6 server I try to open it from

The weird part is that I can see all the files in both Netware Servers,
and I can open files, as long as they are not program files. Please
help, as I have checked both Microsoft and Novell's websites. Thank
you.


William Darding Jr.

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Re: Error accessing programs on Netware 6 Server when opening from Windows Server 2003

I found the solutin to the problem. By changing the Security Settings
in Internet Explorer to allow the opening of programs, I was able to
open programs on the Novell Server.


William Darding Jr.


William Darding wrote:
> We have recently installed a new Windows Server 2003 w/Terminal
> Services to replace our old Windows NT Terminal Server. Everything
> works correctly except this: When I go to open a program that is
> sitting on the Netware 6 Server, I receive the following error,
> "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You mnay
> not have the appropriate permissions to access the item." I am
> currently logged in as Administrator, which has full rights on both the
> Windows Server 2003 and the Netware 6 Server. It doesn't matter which
> program I try to open, or which Netware 6 server I try to open it from
>
> The weird part is that I can see all the files in both Netware Servers,
> and I can open files, as long as they are not program files. Please
> help, as I have checked both Microsoft and Novell's websites. Thank
> you.
>
>
> William Darding Jr.


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