Redirected Folder on 2003, 2008 Lost permissions

We have a hybrid 2003/2008 network and our users are redirected to a USB drive for their my documents. This past week we had a major power outage and it looks like i've lost all the folder permssions on the redirect folders,

is this the acess each folder needs?
Creator - FULL
SYstem - FULL
administrator FULL?
ravenrx7Asked:
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ravenrx7Author Commented:
so I can access the shared folers on the server, I can browse to the folders on the server using the user's logon on a client computer but the my docs are not mapping to that location, no errors in the events logs, ideas?
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Darius GhassemCommented:
What do you mean by not mapping? Are saying they are NOT redirecting?

Did you migrate the folders to another server? have you changed the path?
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ravenrx7Author Commented:
this had everythng i needed
thanks
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