I am having a problem with enabling roaming profiles.
I have a test user ittest. I went into their AD account and changed the roaming profile location to \servername\profiles$\ittest
The profiles folder is shared out, and everyone has full permissions on the share level. On the NTFS level it looks like this. Domain users and servername\users both have FULL permissions (I know this is bad but I’m trying to troubleshoot) inside of that folder I have a folder named ittest where the users profile should redirect. I made it and they have full permissions. When I log out and the profile tries to write to the server, I can see the folders being created but I will get a message saying can’t write this file (a normal DOC file I think it’s the first one it reaches) access denied.
If I log in as ittest I can browse to \servername\profiles$\ittest and can write and read to the subfolders that have been created. So I’m totally stumped.