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have a Windows 2008 R2 server in a SBS 2011 domain. This server has some shared folders. If i go on the server and logon with domain admin, goes into the drive D: and a shared folder like test ( D:\test ) i can make new folders and i can delete files. The security on the folder is that permission is everyone full controll and NTFS security is like local admins = full and domain admins = full
If i go to the share like \\server\test i cant make new folders or delete files, "you need permission to perform this action" i have set the domain admins as owner of the folder, but still no luck. What could be wrong?
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Your share permission is set to read, share permission overwrite ntfs permissions
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I first started to write to you that all is set to Full Controll. But then i started to look again and there is two places, under folder properties there is share and advance sharing. I allways use the share and storagemanagement under administrative tools but someone must have been under share button on the folder properties and set domain users to read. THANX :-)
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