Access to Shares Using Domain vs Local Credentials

I have a Windows 2008 R2 server that I want to make a second domain controller in my domain.  

Currently, a share is accessed by using a local account with the IP address (x.x.x.x\user).  This works fine.  However, once I promote the machine to a domain controller, the local accounts will be disabled.

I created an account in the domain (domain\user) and gave it access to the share, but for some reason, when I try to access the share, I get "access is denied".  The machine accessing the share is not on the domain (accesses via VPN).

In summary:

This works:
net use X: \\10.2.1.22\Share Password /User:10.2.1.22\phnfax

This doesn't work:
net use X: \\10.2.1.22\Share Password /User:domain\phnfax

Appreciate any help.
sdhoneaInformation Servcies ManagerAsked:
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MasonWexlerCommented:
Did you also set permissions of the folder?

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sdhoneaInformation Servcies ManagerAuthor Commented:
I *thought* I did, but when I read your post I went back and double checked.  Boy, do I feel dumb!

Thanks!
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