troubleshooting Question

Usershare permissions

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CRC IT TeamFlag for United States of America asked on
Windows Server 2012* Usershares
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Hello Experts, I hope that you can help me with this issue. We recently migrated our file shares to a new server. We use the home folder with AD to map out usershares. These accounts were updated via AD and all 600 employees can now access there shares and data on the new server. The problem is, the permissions are now out of whack. All users can access all other shares and make changes. If this were a brand new share with no usershares, this would be easy to fix. But i don't want to go through 600 shares and set permissions for that specific user and domain admins. Is there an easier way to do this or am I up the creek on this one?

Thank you
System Admin

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