Last week, I set up Windows Storage Server 2012 for a customer. I'm not normally a sys admin, so it was a fun bit of learning.
I created 3 Shares for the customer and a number of user groups that have different permissions on those shares. The lead customer is a member of the "Core Staff" group which, on all three shares, is given Full Control, in both the Share and NTFS permissions settings areas. On all three shares, "All Users" have no access.
The issue is, this user account is able to open and modify Share1 and Share2. the user is not, however, able to modify Share3, even though as far as I can tell, the permissions and settings are the same.
I'm wondering if anyone can offer troubleshooting guidance, or if I just need to have him (I'm remote and they won't allow me an account that I can remote in with) delete the share and recreate it?