Users cannot save (only read) to Home Directory after move to new server.

We have moved the Home Directories of user from a Windows 2003 server to Windows 2008 server. The user(s) have full control to their new folder.  
The user can open files from their directory but cannot save them. See attachments.

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jzainoAsked:
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Mike ThomasConsultantCommented:
Select the advanced tab and then select "allow permission to propergate to child objects" (or words to that affect) and click apply.

See if that helps.
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oBdACommented:
Check the *Share* permissions of the share(s) through which the users are accessing their home folder; W2k3 by default only allows Read access for Everyone when creating a new share.
Change that to Full Control for the Everyone (or Authenticated Users) group, and control access with NTFS permissions only; there's no security gain in using Share permissions as well as NTFS permisisons.
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jzainoAuthor Commented:
I reapplied the permissions on the Home Direcory using File Servieces - Storage and Share Managemnet. I gave Administrator Ful Control & Useresread and wite permissions to the Home Directory. This fixed the problem.
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