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Mac users are not able to move/delete files on server 2008

Posted on 2014-09-16
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Hello,

Currently, I have a issue in the office were Mac users are not able to move/delete files on Server 2008. They will receive an error message that they do not have permissions. I have checked the permissions and the correct permissions are assigned to them. I was wondering if someone could assist me with this issue.

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Zacharia Kurian earned 500 total points
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so you have shared a folder in your windows 2008 server and set appropriate permissions and enabled file & printer sharing, right?


In the properties of the shared folder under "Sharing" check if you have set "Maximum Allowed" or "Allow this number of users".

Then check again under "Sharing>Permissions> you have set correct rights, namely "Full".

By the way I believe this server is not an AD member server.

If possible try posting the snap shots of security permissions and share permission of the folder so that you could get a better answer.
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