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User cannot even create or modify a file on a share with full access.

Posted on 2014-03-26
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User has full ntfs and share permissions to a folder on the server but cannot even create or modify a file. Server is SBS 2011.
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Santosh Gupta earned 250 total points
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1. please see of permission is inherited from parent directory.
2 . go the "Advanced permission" and check the "effective permission" of user.
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It sounds like you gave the user full Sharing, but neglected Security permissions on the share.
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It turned out she was accessing the folder with 2 different shares with 2 different sets of permissions.
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