Have Permissions issues for Mac Yosemite Users using Windows Domain Share Folders

We have an all mac client working off a Windows server Share and Datto Nas having permission issues like renaming folders, having access to read/write folders someone else creates.

Workaround are sometimes saving the document to the local desktop and then copy and pasting.  

It sporadic but has stayed with is both using SMB3 and using AFP through extreme ZIP.   All macs are on 10.10.4 and the server is 2012.  

Has anyone else run into these issues on their macs inside a windows domain environment?

Thanks in advance.
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Yes, we've had nothing but complaints when using Windows file server with MAC clients.  Unfortunately, our solution was to replace the Windows server with a MAC server after many hours troubleshooting Windows, file serving services, network, cabling, etc.

Please have a look at my other comments here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28698655/Need-suggestions-on-server-hardware-OS-for-a-10-member-art-department-who-use-Adobe-CS6-on-Yosemite-iMacs.html#a40891053

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Check that the user actually has permissions in those folders.  You must also be sure that Creator Owner is added to the permissions list with either modify or full access.

If that's all set, then you will need to have the user disconnect or eject the share and reconnect.  There is currently an issue with previous programs locking the file(s) and not getting the release signal correctly.  Reconnecting will frequently fix that.
chazzwillie15Author Commented:
Permissions are all correct and inherited from the top folder.    Feeling like attached the Datto Nas to a mac server might be the only solution.
At this point, it's worth a shot. Like I said, I have had my shares of hair pulling from MAC/Windows file sharing issues. :) I don't bother trying to perfect this setup and warn users ahead of time if this is the configuration they chose.
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