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Windows 2008 Clustered server file and folder permission issue.

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We have a win2k8 cluster server.  We create a share folder from the failover cluster manager.  We then open up windows explorer and open up the properties of the folder.  Go to share>advance sharing, grant authenticated users(F), system(F), domain admin(f).  Under security, we only leave system(F), server\adminisrator(F), server\users(R, this folder only), group1(F).  

We add a test user to group1, login to a workstation as this test user.  I am able to map the share but not able to write.

Please advise.

Many thanks.
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what group is group1 from the list of groups in the first paragraph?
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domain local security group
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What is the error returned?
Is it a UAC issue?
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I did not expect that I had to do this.  After I logoff and login again, and it is working now.  

Thanks, everyone.
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