We just rolled out Windows 7 to a few of our users in a Windows 2003 R2 Domain. With Group Policy we have rolled out Folder Redirection and offline files. This has worked fine in Windows XP. However our users in Windows 7 are able to view the directory contents, create new files, delete existing files BUT NOT able to read, change or write to any files. Upon checking the logs of the sync center it says unable to sync access is denied.
The network share is as follows:
The redirection is for documents so john doe would be
John has Full control on his My Documents folder and everything underneath. He is also a regular user on the Windows 7 box. If he logs in to an XP box he can do anything he wants to his My Documents. If he logs into Windows 7 all he can do is delete, or right click and say new-> Document and change its name. Any thoughts?