I have a user (dAdmin) and that user is a member of the domain admin's group and is also a member of the local server's (serverA) Administrators group.
On the folder (fShare) I set it up as a share in a cluster. I give FULL rights to the domain admins group and the local server's (serverA) group called Administrators.
For some reason when I try to access the folder as the current user (dAdmin) I get access denied! I can click the OK button on get perm access and get in just fine. When I do that though it adds my user account (dAdmin) to the ACLs!!!
What's the point of groups if Windows will not use them? I have a user added to a group, that group has full access to the folder, then bam! Access Denied!!!
Why does this happen? Why can't I rely on the groups for access instead of the individual user accounts??