We have a system that has been completely fubared by multiple hands and improper migration techniques, and I'm hoping the fix isn't as bad as it sounds to me (manually mapping and migrating every single system by hand).
Old environment was an SBS 2003 Server running file services
New environment has a 2012R2 Standard server as the only domain controller, and a 2012R2 Standard server running DFS for file shares.
Apparently they robocopied the data from SBS 2003 to the 2012R2 file server, and set it up under DFS shares. During the end of this transition the old SBS server failed, hard. The 2012R2 domain controller was already online and acting as an AD server, but they weren't replicating properly. Due to this, most of the old GPO's were lost (which was pretty much just the folder direction policy).
They set up a new redirection policy, hoping that they would just attach to the new shares. It didn't work it seems, nothing will attach to the newly moved shares and migrate the data from the PC onto the share.
So here's where they are at. They have data under C:\user\DOcuments. They have data that was migrated to where we want their new shares to be. We want this data to just magically jive! But I can't get the shares to work, due to what I believe is a permissions issue. They told me that when migrated, creator owner was lost, so they went and manually set all 315 folders to the appropriate user's username as the owner of the folder on the file server. I'm not sure what is right to get this to work. I've attached two logs as to what a client computer complains about in event viewer when they log in.