I have a strange one. I just rebuilt a customers sbs2003 machine, The drives used for files etc remained untouched and came up fine when the machine was rebuilt. As an admin I can do anytthing, create, rename folders and files etc, but when these users who access the same drive through a mapped share try to create a file/folder etc they get access is denied even though I have granted them full access as they should have.
I have gone through and given administrators ownership on the drive and folders. I have also tried right clicking on the folders and unticking the 'read only' option, but after applying it to folders/subfolders etc it just resets itself back to read only.
I have followed this KB http://support.microsoft.com/kb/326549
and ran the attrib -r +s drive:\<path>\<foldername>
/s /d as described, but the attribute keeps resetting back to read only.
I really need to solve this so I can reinstall some applications for the users that run off the shared drive.