We are currently experiencing issues with access permissions to a shared folder.
We have had an organisational restructure which required a restructure of the departmental groups. Since doing this. The main department that was subject to the restrucutre cannot access their shared folder.
Previously, they were part of a Distribution Group that has permissions access. They were in this group at the first level. As part of the restructure, they are now in Sub Groups which belong to this group.
Since doing this, they have been unable to access their departmental network folder. The permissions have not changed on the group, just the way that the group is structured.
I have tried adding the individual sub groups in with the same permissions in place of the original group, this has not worked.
I have tried creating a brand new security group, trying first with the groups in there & then the individuals in that group, but again, this has not worked.
If I add the users individually, then they are able to access their folder again. However, as this is messy, I would rather this wasn't the long term solution.
I am assuming there is some kind of replication issue. I've attempted to force a gpupdate across all relevant devices & also a Force Replication sync from NTDS settings on the servers, but to no avail.
Help with this matter would be appreciated.