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Networking/map network drive issues/remote printing issues

We are trying to map drives and have been unsuccessful. The server can see the work station but the work station can not see the server. Permissions are set to allow access but it is still denied. We also are having issues with remote desktop printing. If we reboot the computer we then have to add our printer back in and then guess which port to use to allow printing. The redirect does not work. Help with either or both issues would be greatly appreciated.

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