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I found that the problem had nothing to do with permissions. It may have been a problem with long file names. To solve, I deleted individual files within the folder structure. Once those files had been deleted, I had no problem deleting the folder structure.


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To elaborate a bit on Gregs answer on a high level, UAC filteres out user's administrator access token. So if you grant the Administrators group full access, users that are a member of that group will not have that token unless explicitly added by consenting to the UAC dialog. If you grant group xyz full access, than your user account does have that token ...


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This is the expected behavior with User Account Control. There isn't any difference between 2012 R2 and 2019.


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Use a migration tool like Zerto for this process to minimize potential downtime.


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Take ownership of C:\Temp by takeown /f C:\Temp and then grant full access to Users group by icacls C:\Temp /grant Users:F.


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