So here's the problem I'm experiencing. I connect to many network drives throughout the day (we have a very larger network at my job). However all of the drives but one, I can access. Now they all use the same login and password and yes it's being typed in the right way. But the one drive that won't allow me to see anything does allow me to connect to it. When I try to open it though, I get this error: The folder “data” can’t be opened because you don’t have permission to see its contents.
Now I can access that drive on my PC laptop, but not on my Mac desktop. I'm running Mac OS X 10.7.2. The other Mac that is part of our network can access that drive and others without problem but it's running the previous OS.
Any thoughts? I deleted my keychain for all the network drives and reentered everything but that didn't work. My IT department is pretty stumped my this too.