server 2003 file share read only

I have a file share that is mapped as a drive for several users.  One user cannot save to this drive. Everything is read only.  This share and mapped drive have been setup for over a year and working perfectly for all users. This morning one user cannot get things to open without being read only.  When she tries to save as it says that the folder is read only.  No changes have been made to the workstation or server.  Server is 2003 R2 with Service pack 2 and the desktop is xp pro with service pack 3. I have given user full control, ownership of items rebooted and still nothing.

Thanks for all the help.
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Is there a group in AD that has read/write or read only access to the share?
If not...
From the users computer I would make sure the read-only attribute is not set.
Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Check this:

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zachmsAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the prompt responses. I have looked at both of these articles from ms and neither has helped. I have no groups in the share or folder security with the read only permission.
zachmsAuthor Commented:
After further trial and error testing I have determined it to be specific to one computer for the user. I had her connect to a terminal service session and she can read and write from the network drive.
zachmsAuthor Commented:
Finally got the issue resolved. Appears that using the attrib did not take the first time.
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