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Problem sharing with Office 2003

by CltLwyr / June 15, 2009 6:54 AM PDT

We have a small 3 person office with each person running a Windows XP Pro machine with Office 2003 on it. The server is Windows Server 2003 Standard.

On my machine, I have shared my calendar and contacts. Same with user two. When I want to look at his calendar, I can go to Open Shared Calendar. I click the "name" button and the "Select Name" box appears. In the "Show Names from the:" drop down box I select "All Users". The names appear, and I pick user two, and get his calendar.

We had this arangement working with my secretary, and then upgraded her machine. I have her back on the nextwork, logging in as the same user she was before. However, when she clicks on the "Show Names from the:" drop down box she is not given the choice of "All Users". If she just types in the name of the user (along with the domain) she gets a message saying ?Unable to display the folder. Your profile is not configured to support this operation for this user?.

Any ideas on what I have to do to get her back in good graces with my
machine and the server?

Thanks.

CltLwyr

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