NTFS Permission Issue on network share
Posted on 2015-02-19
We have a network share, Users ... mapped as "U" drive for end users.
It's an iSCSI mapped drive on a Windows Server 2008R2 system.
The "share" is permissioned fine .... Everyone "Full"
The NTFS permissions are as follows:
-Domain Admins (Full)
-Domain Users (List)
Each subfolder is permissioned only with System (Full), Domain Admins (Full), and the particular user (Full)
Every so often ... random, but maybe once or twice a year ... Domain Users, and thus the "List" permission, disappears from the root. I do not know why this is occurring. I am the only Domain Admin in the joint.
This is generally not an issue, because the U: drive is mapped directly to the subfolder.
This *is* an issue when some of our users need to use our web-based SSL VPN, which maps the root. Users then browse to their own folder. Without "List", they get an error even accessing the root.
Any ideas ? Maybe VSS or some other process is removing Domain Users from the root.