We have a few macs in our environment that use a windows file server and when they create a new folder they are unable to delete it or rename it until they either do a "Get Info" or go into the folder and back out again. It's like the rights don't take affect until they do that.
I have checked the rights to it right after they create and before they do anything with it and it's always good.
The macs are running OSX 10.6 and the windows server is 2008R2 DataCenter. They connect via SMB.
Has anyone seen this before or know why this would happen?
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