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NTFS Permission issue on XenApp 6

Posted on 2014-02-17
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This client issue is driving me CRAZY!!

Client has a XenApp 6 system.

We are setting up a new OU for a particular project. Users in this OU have all been created and configured to use a Published App (the published app is working fine).

As part of this project each user will be able to access the following network drives:
H: - This is their personal drive, accessible only to them
S: - This is a Shared Area accessible to all members of the project
Both are mapped using Drive Maps:
H&S Drives
Now, the shares are setup and the correct share permissions are in place. The NTFS permissions are in place. To prove this I can log on as the user 'Mary', click into either of the drives, right click in the right window and select 'Properties' and I can see this:
H Drive NTFS Permision
But then If I try to save into that folder:
error
Sam error if I try the Shared Drive 'S', user cannt save there.

Very frustrating.

Any ideas?

Thanks
Mark
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Beartlaoi earned 500 total points
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Look at the Share permissions, this is seperate from the permissions on the drive and folders.
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by:Mark Galvin
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Thanks. Over 15 years in IT Support, running my own support foirm and I didnt give the users Full Control on the share!

What a schoolboy error!!

Thanks - it worked!!
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