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Copying a file to a windows 2008 r2 file share enabled

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I am trying to copy a file from one server to another using an account called _repl which is a normal windows AD account

On the second server I have setup a folder called MMR and I have setup this folder as a file share enabled and has _repl account with write permissions, but it fails with access is denied

Any help thanks
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Do some further testing. Give 'everyone' full access to the folder and then see if u can copy.

If servers are on the same domain and no issues with the _repl account then this is most likely a simple sharing,
Security or permission issue.
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check also NTFS permissions (right click>Properties>Security tab) of that MMR folder. Share and NTFS permissionas are cumulative and deny wins.
So if you have under NTFS e.g. group Sales with Deny permissions for write and _repl is a member of this group, _repl is forbidden to write.
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