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File server resource manager access denied

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When trying to create a quota within FSRM, I am seeing Access Denied:

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I am a domain administrator and have administrative access to the three volumes that are mounted via iSCSI connections.

This is Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2.
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I would look at the Application Event log.  I would try rebooting the server.  Does the server have the latest OS patches?
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Issue with EQL volume permissions
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