New server. 2003 R2 everyone has read only rights

So I just migrated to a new server. 2003 R2, with exchange on it. Everything seemed to go well. Problem this morning is everyone has read-only rights. If I look on the server, everything looks fine. For instance, my 'Home' folder says I am the owner, and I have full rights, but from my desk, it is all read-only.

Any global settings I should be looking at? This is strue of all users for all folders and files....
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PurpleWineAsked:
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Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
Check the SHARE permissions - I bet its read only
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PurpleWineAuthor Commented:
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH!!!!!!!!

I swear, I saw your post as I was resetting all the folder rights I worked so hard on yesturday. And guess what? You were right, share rights. Oh well, working now. Thanks!!
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uescompCommented:
Sometimes this happens when folder redirection is not turned off during the migration, however when this happened i had to go into each folder and re-add the user with full permissions, (my migration was from sbs 2003 - sbs 2008).  I only had to do if for 92 users and it took maybe a little over an hour.
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