I have recently setup two Windows servers. One server provides AD and DNS services and the second acts as a fileserver using DFS. When setting up DFS, I chose to use Stand-alone namespaces and did not implement replication as I only want these files on the fileserver.
Whenever I try to move content onto the fileserver's shares, I receive this error - "Destination Folder Access Denied - You need permission to perform this action". The same happens when I try to create folders or text files on the server. This error is occurring while I am logged into the machine as the domain administrator.
Using the DFS Management snap-in in Server Manager, I have been able to create new folders for each DFS share, but the permission errors still occur when trying to add any form of content to these folders. In the snap-in, I set the permissions in the Delegation section so that 'BUILTIN\Administrators' and 'BUILTIN\Users' should have full permission in these shares, but the problem persists.
Is this problem being caused by the DFS share settings or something else?