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Security Permisson Problems with Active Directory User Account

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Last Modified: 2013-12-04
I seem to be having some security permission problems with a specific AD user account on my domain.  I have been able to isolate the problem to this one user.  I have had similar problems with other domains in the past but a delete/recreation of the account has always fixed the problem, but this time it doesn't.  Could there be any remnants of the SID that are affecting my security permissions?  I don't seem to be having any AD replication problems, and all other accounts i create using the same group objects work perfectly fine.  There also don't seem to be and Deny permissions that are over riding this account.  I've spent about 8 hours on this and it is rare that i have a problem on this scale.  Any idea's what could be following this user account around and preventing access to some of my network folders even after a deletion?  Thanks
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