I have a windows 2008 server. This is the domain controller. For security on a particular file share, I have created a security group and added the users who need access to this group. On the security tab, the only groups and users are this one security group (coordinators) and the Administrators group. They both have full control. Under sharing , permissions are set to full for both groups as well. To get this set, I did have to turn off inherited permissions.
The problem is that some users have access to the file share, other receive an access denied message. Some are on std. windows 7 pro desktops and others are on the Windows 2008 Terminal Server. Some have access from the desktop but some don't. Some have access from the TS and others don't. One has no access from her desktop but has full access when she gets on the terminal server.
This happened out of the blue. Initially all of the users lost access to this file share (different folder). In order to resolve it, I created a totally new folder, moved the data over from the backups and created a new, fresh share. Then I have some accessing it and some not accessing. Doesn't make any sense to me especially since I started over.
I haven't run into a permissions issue like this before. Any assistance in finding a solution would be greatly appreciated.