The problem is that my users can not change files in a shared folder (on a mounted drive as folder under D: drive).
These are all the steps that I have tried and are still applicable: (sorry for the lengthy post)
1 - I have created a shared folder on a windows 2008 R2 and I manage it with the files services role.
2 - Using SMB share settings, I gave access to all domain users.
3 - Right click the folder - selecting share with - again - giving every user access
4 - Right click the folder -> properties: in the sharing: I made sure all users have access.
5 - advanced sharing - also have correct settings
6 - on security settings of the folder properties, again - domain users have full control
7 - I am checking a certain domain member (test) to see if he gets correct effective permissions
- so, assuming all is correrct, user: test - should have full access to a folder located inside: BUILDS - not.
Getting effective permissions for user test on the folder gives me read access permissions only:
- Why am I gettings wrong permissions for the user test on the folder?
- What settings do I need, so users can have full access to the folder/files even if it's not them as the owners.