Domain Users cant see files in folders on a server 2008 share

Posted on 2012-08-22
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
We have a share on Windows Server 2008 R2. As a Domain User you can map the share but when you click on any folder in the share it's empty! However if you are also in the Admin group you can see the files. This started after the most recent Microsoft updaye to Server 2008 R2. the Domain User group has all permissions for the folders/files.
Question by:oasinc
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    Accepted Solution

    make sure you have inheritable permissions turned on for that share.

    Expert Comment

    make sure you turn on network discovery and file and printer sharing.
    reboot the PC where you are having the problem.

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