troubleshooting Question

Writing profile back to terminal server

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Windows Server 2003Active Directory
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We currently have a terminal server environment. It's set up wrong, but it does work. In trying to correctly set it up, I'm running into a problem.

I have a nfs share located at

\\domain\Home\company01\user01

\\domain\Profile\company01\user01

The company01 directories for Home and and Profile are shared to Everyone and have  Full Control

NTFS permissions are

CREATOR OWNER & System

Full Control on \\domain\Home and \\domain\Profile

Users has

Read & Execute & under special Create files, folder, write data, append data

The actual user01 directory has

Pretty much full control for user01, Creater owner, System. Users has Read & Execute & under special Create files, folder, write data, append data.

The error

EventID 1509

Windows cannot copy file C:\Documents and Settings\user01\ntuser.pol to location \\domain\Profile\company01\user01\ntuser.pol. Possible causes of this error include network problems or insufficient security rights. If this problem persists, contact your network administrator.

 DETAIL - Access is denied.

I only get this when I logout and attempt to write back to the nfs share.

I cannot figure out what I am doing wrong with permissions.

Thanks in advance.

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chakko

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