I'm having trouble setting up folder redirection on Windows Server 2008R2. For some unknown reason, the CREATOR OWNER built-in account doesn't seem to be adding the user to the ACL for their folder.
The share's permissions are:
Authenticated Users - Full Control
I've gone over the permissions at the topmost level ten times over. I have the topmost level set to:
Include inheritable permissions from this object's parent - UNCHECKED Administrators - Full Control -> this folder, subfolders and files SYSTEM - Full Control -> this folder, subfolders and files Domain Admins - Full Control -> this folder, subfolders and files EVERYONE - Create Folders / Append Data, List folder / read data -> This folder only CREATOR OWNER - Full Control -> Subfolders and files only
For each of these:
Apply these permissions to objects and/or containers within this container only - UNCHECKED
Whenever the user logs on, the system creates all of the folders. After login, the user receives:
Windows cannot access \\servername\share$\username\Desktop
As the user, if I try to navigate to the folder they receive "access is denied"
Here's the strange thing, if I goto the topmost level and replace all child object permissions, it adds the account to the ACL. I'm open to any ideas at this point.