I've been trying to modify the permissions on various network folders (Windows Server 2003), to go from full access to everyone, to the proper restricted access. This entailed removing authenticated users permissions, and changing domain user permissions to just read&execute only. However, staff that still have full read/write permissions (as a new security group addition) are getting write errors even though the permissions are correct. If they reboot, the problem is solved.
I'm trying to figure out if there is a quicker way to resolve the permission issue without needing the user to reboot?