A shared folders permissions are grayed out in SBS 2008

I have created a shared folder on a D:\Data drive. I have shared it for select users. One user who is a domain admin connects to the folder from his workstation and tries to change the permissions for that folder but the permissions are grayed out. He is a domain admin, should he be able to change permissions from anywhere. The directory is located on a Windows SBS 2008 domain. Any help would be appreciated.
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Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
Check the SHARE and NTFS permissions, the user MUST have full control on the share to be able to change the NTFS permissions.

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