Windows server 2008 R2 network, windows 8.1 workstation. this user has no problems with: ntwk log in, ping server, see other workstations on ntwk, map drives, viw shared folders on ntwk, get on internet, change pswd from wkstn.
But in his shared folders, if he tries to make any change to a file, he gets rejected and the Windows error "you need permission to perform this action...try again/cancel" come up.
IF I log in another user on his workstation, no problem manipulating files. If I log his user i.d. to a different workstation, no problem manipulating files.
Any ideas? Everything is shared and mapped basically how I want it for 15 other users and computers, but this one guy's login on this one workstation is stuck in rejection-land.