Within our Domain we have the My Documents folder being redirected to a file server (\\fileserver\mydocs$\) via GPO. All of our users, with the exception of one, have no issues. However one of our users cannot create, save, or delete files within the redirected My Documents folder.
If you attempt to create a new Text Document, an error comes up stating, "You need permission to perform this operation". If you click cancel, it will create the text document with the default name of New Text Document.txt
Attempting to delete any files, including the New Text Document, results in the same error. I have reset the permissions on the folder, ensuring that the user is the owner - but her permissions setup is no different than any of the other users and even after resetting them, she still has the issue. Logging in with a test Domain User account also has the same results. Administrator accounts have no issues creating or deleting information from the My Documents folder. What is interesting is that if the user performs a SHIFT+DEL to permanently delete, it allows them to do so with no issues.
I have tried a gpupdate /force thinking perhaps it was a mis-sync from local copies to the network for some reason, but this did not resolve the issue. I have also tried disabling UAC, thinking that it was explicitly a Vista issue, but that was not the case. Any ideas of what setting on the local machine could be causing this behavior?