10-30-2011 10:43 AM
Anyone seen a situation where each day the central database on one windows 7 machine becomes unshared and I have to run ACT! "As Administrator" to re-share it (if I don't "run as administrator" the option is grayed out) - my next step is to turn off UAC if it's actually on.
UAC = Unnecessary Acronym Creator.
11-02-2011 04:47 PM
We have seen this before. Turned out the company had a tool that ran every night and unshared folders that hadn't been added to its approved list.
I believe it was their way of cleaning up after their users and trying to enforce their AD policies.