I've got a windows 2008 R2 domain here in my office, fully featured with user groups, and user permissions. These permissions, folders, etc work fine. The problem is, some of my users are now being upgraded to Windows 7, i join our domain, and they're able to log in, see servers, access the internet, etc. The problem is, when they access their "private" folders, that they have permissions for, they're unable to write, only read. I double check the permissions, and they have full access rights.
Let me be clear, they're logged into the same active directory account they were on XP, just now on their new Win 7 set up.
Has anyone had similar issues, or know more than I do about the connection between servers and Windows 7? Everything was working fine for them until these users moved to Win 7.
The Error says:
You need permission to perform this action.
You require permission from OCC\Judith.Wilkins to make changes to this file.
SHE IS JUDITH.WILKINS
She's logged into the domain.
This is what the event log says, an Audit Failure :
A network share object was checked to see whether client can be granted desired access.
Subject: Security ID: OCC\Judith.Wilkins Account Name: Judith.Wilkins Account Domain: OCC Logon ID: 0xb8a7f1
Object Type: File Source Address: 10.10.10.110 Source Port: 65174
Share Information: Share Name: \*\OKCCWQ Share Path: \??\E:\OKCCWQ Relative Target Name: WQ_DIR\WQ_FILES\Users\JudithW\Public\To Do List.doc
Access Request Information: Access Mask: 0xe0080 Accesses: READ_CONTROL WRITE_DAC WRITE_OWNER ReadAttributes
Access Check Results: READ_CONTROL: Granted by D:(A;;0x1200a9;;;BU) WRITE_DAC: Not granted WRITE_OWNER: Not granted ReadAttributes: Granted by D:(A;;0x1200a9;;;BU)
I'd appreciate any advice or help.