Have a Windows server 2003, with a workgroup, not a domain.- multiple users setup with an engineering app called Quickpen, which has its data stored on a shared drive on the server. As of now (after all this trouble) I've (for testing purposes) granted full access to everyone to access this folder. When I attempt to run the app, it gives me an error telling me that the user im trying to have access this mapped drive needs read/write/delete rights to the folder. On the server it appears the rights are set correctly and it looks like EVERYONE has full control of this directory and all sub directories. If I go to the directory im getting the error on, i cannot even create a text file, tells me access denied. If I go to the server, im able to create a text file in the directory in question. I'm just not sure why this is happening, the usernames/passwords are in sync between the server and the workstaion, the rights to this directory are completely opened up (as far as the server says) yes from the workstation im unable to write to the directory - any help would be appreciated!