Windows 2008 R2 server - new drive has permission issues

I have a virtual windows 2008 R2 server running on VMWare.  When I add another drive to the server and format it, the drive does not allow me to add files or folders, even as admin.  I get an error: Destination folder access denied - You need permission to perform this action.  My options are to try again or cancel.

Strangely, I can create folders using the command prompt, however, that folder cannot be deleted, or have any files added to it from either the command prompt or the windows interface.

Using vmware, I have taken the drive I have created, moved it to another server, and it works normally.  When I bring it back to the problem server,it stops working.

Any thoughts on this would be appreciated.

Thanks.
Darwill_ITAsked:
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Darwill_ITAuthor Commented:
I resolved this issue by removing the server from the domain, deleting and remaking the volumes.  I could then access the new volumes normally.  I then added back to the domain and everything seems to be working fine now.

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