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KACE Product Support Question


$ access denied in my network

06/22/2015 976 views
Hi,

Im not able access files in other computers using $ access (\\192.168.1.64\c$)   most of the machines are denied.

if $ access is denied on network using group policy  , would that have any issue with communication between Kace Agent and Server?
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  • Yes, you need to get to \c$

    Have you tried enabling file and print sharing on the Windows firewall on the clients?
  • file print sharing and port is enabled in for kace to access, but if still $ access is disabled via group policy can agent and server k1000 communicate ?
  • >$ access is disabled via group policy
    That depends on the scope of the GP, doesn't it? If it's disabled for, say, 'Authenticated Users', your AD administrator must have balls the size of footballs. Or he is a vegetable.

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>firewall

Good point (although you probably mean "allowing" rather than "enabling"). Also, is 'Network discovery' on the target machines enabled or not?

Answered 06/22/2015 by: VBScab
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