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mirovo

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I've a problem with using Clientless SSL-VPS by NON-admin users. Since the Group Policy for DC setting "Allow Log On Locally" even for "Authenticated Users" has been done, they are now able to log on, but if they want to browse througt the network and see active computers in it (that means to click on the name of the domain under the icon of entire network), warning "Unable to open specified path! - You don't have sufficient access rights to perform this operation. Requested path: \\cont:<NT-DomainName>" appears. Note that KWF is installed on DC - Win 2003.
Please let me know if someone knows how to make it possible.
THX, Mira.
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NetPirate

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I have the same problem, any solution ???
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NetPirate

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heey, does anybody have any idea? Crying or Very Sad
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