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2003 server share not working

i created a new user then on a 2003 server i created a share gave this user full rights and they can see the folder and get into it, but when they try to access a file and or create a new folder they get access denied. what did I miss I have done this a thousand times. I also have a group assigned to this share with full rights with this user part of that group?
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Sinder255248Commented:
On 2003 the default share permissions is READ.  Check out the share permissions and not just the NTFS.
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zenworksbAuthor Commented:
i did both gave them full on teh share and ntfs
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zenworksbAuthor Commented:
i have the everyone in share just read but then have full rights to teh share to the user and full ntfs rights to teh share for the user still getting access denied?
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JapyDoogeCommented:
Have you enabled 'Replace permission entries on all child objects with entries shown here that apply to child objects' in the Security tab > Advanced button on the folder properties?
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zenworksbAuthor Commented:
tried that still not worked
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Sinder255248Commented:
If the share permissions are correct I'd go with JapyDooge.
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zenworksbAuthor Commented:
yes i have full rights on the share for everyone and the user and i have full rights for the user in ntfs and then tried the replace permissions still getting access denied trying to create a folder
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JapyDoogeCommented:
What if you browse to the server like \\serveripaddress\share and not by hostname? it should ask you for your username and password again. maybe that works?
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JapyDoogeCommented:
Heh, isn't the disk full? :-)
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Henrik JohanssonSystems engineerCommented:
Check with security->advanced->effective permissions to see the user's effective permissions for the folder.
Do you have any deny permissions involved set for any group the user belongs to? If so, deny will override the allow permissions, and give the effective deny permission.
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zenworksbAuthor Commented:
tried that and it did not ask for the account name
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zenworksbAuthor Commented:
the user has full access permisiions still not working
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zenworksbAuthor Commented:
can it just take time for rights to propogate. how can I test this or check this I nee this working asap
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Henrik JohanssonSystems engineerCommented:
> tried that and it did not ask for the account name

On the 'Effective Permissions'-tab, you nead to click on the Select-button to select what user/group you want to analyze.

The permissions will be set at the same time when clicking Apply or Ok.
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zenworksbAuthor Commented:
did that and it says that it has complete rights
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