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Redirected Folders Windows 7

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I have a client that uses Redirected folders.  we just added a few windows 7 Business PCS and something weird happens.  If you enable Offline Files the users can create items on their desktops / My Docs but when they try to open them they get permissions denied error.  BUT the permissions are set properly.  if you turn off "Offline File"  but leave the folders redirected the Access Denied error goes away and the user can once again open files that are being redirected.  So it seems to be an Offline folders issues.  what would cause this?
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What permissions do you have set for the users on their redirected folders?
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