Access shared folder in another domain

I have a file server (Win 2008 Enterprise R2) in DOMAIN-A which holds a share named SHARE-A.
In DOMAIN-B all the users are located.
There is a Trust relasionship (two-way) between DOMAIN-A and DOMAIN-B.

I have given DOMAIN-B\USER-B Full Controll Permissions to SHARE-A (both NTFS and share permissions).

When USER-B tries to access the share (\\domain-a\share-a) he can se the folder and its contents, but though he has Full Controll permissions, he can't add new files (Destination Folder Access Denied).

What am I doing wrong here?
Kasper KatzmannSeniorkonsulentAsked:
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SandeepSr System AdministratorCommented:
If both NTFS and share permissions are defined correctly but still not working?

I would say remove those permissions and add those back. Also while adding make sure you choosing the option to replicate\propogate the change to child objects. So these permissions gets applied in same manner down the line.

See if this works.
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FF-ExExCommented:
From what you are descirbing everything looks good and it should work. I would make sure that no other permissions are present at share or folder (NTFS) level espacially no deny permission at NTFS level because this would overwrite every allow permission.
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Kasper KatzmannSeniorkonsulentAuthor Commented:
My thoughts exactly.
It's a completely new file server and the only permissions set after installation are those descibed above. There are no deny permissions at all.
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FF-ExExCommented:
Ok, since this are two domains you should make sure that this is at least working for users from domain a. Setup the same permissions for a user from domain a and check if this working.

If this is also not working can you post screenshots about the configured permissions?
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Kasper KatzmannSeniorkonsulentAuthor Commented:
Oops... same problem with a local domain account. Why...? I ask my self...
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FF-ExExCommented:
Difficult to help from here without seeing what exactly is set. A few screenshots with the set permissions would help.
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Kasper KatzmannSeniorkonsulentAuthor Commented:
Of course, inheritable permissions. So simple that I missed it. Thanks for pointing it out for me.
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