Hey everyone, I've got a weird issue that I'm running into. I have a server 2012 std box that is acting as a DC and a file server. On there is a DFS share which users connect to. I can assign permissions to the parent share folder and sub folders just fine, until the users create their own folders which they naturally "own". All is fine until I want to change permissions on one of those folders when access is denied from the server side until I manually take ownership of that folder as the administrator, after which it will inherit permissions as expected. Strange thing is that this behaviour only seems to occur in this newly created share; all other network shares (DFS or not) behave as expected. Obviously I'm missing something stupid but it seems that I need someone else to point it out to me. Thanks in advance
1. Add a user to that folder with Modify rights.
2. If that user is currently logged on, log him off.
3. Log on that user.
4. Confirm issue