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Cannot Copy (folder/file) access denied

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Cannot Copy (folder/file) access denied

luv2bike2
Windows XP SP3, all MS updates applied.
Windows Server 2003 RC2 SP2 Standard Edition, all MS Updates applied. (File Server)

Issue:
Consulting company created a folder that is shared on the File Server. The folder name is called Data and the Permissions are set to List Folder Contents. Under the Data folder there is a folder called Users with Permissions set to List Folder Contents. All well and good.
Now under the Users folder there are folders for each of the users and the permissions set for each user is as follows:

Modify, Read & Excute, List Folder Contents, Read and Write.

the user is logged into the network as themself, I map a drive on the users local computer to their user directory on the file server so they would be able to copy their folders/files from their local computer (XP) to the file server (2003). However when they try to do the copy, they can not, they get the following message:

Cannot copy (folder/file): Access Denied.
Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use.

1) the disk is NOT full, there is over 500 GB available.
2) the disk is not write protect because they can copy to other folders out there that is not in the Users directory.
3) the folders(s)/file(s) are NOT currently be used ... the only items opened on the local computer is 2 Explorer windows.. on for the local computer and one for the server.

I logged in as Network Administrator on the local computer, mapped a drive to the users folder on the file server, than went to the users My Documents and tried to copy the folder(s)/file(s) over to the Users directory and I (as Network Administrator) got the same Cannot Copy error message.

Any one out there have an idea why the users can not copy data from their local computer to the file server?
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    IC-IT

    on the Share Tab not Security.
    Security is NTFS permisssions - which you already listed. Share allows the users the actual access (I know poor wording).

    You may need to go up a few levels to find the properties for Share.
    Everyone should have Read and Change.

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    luv2bike2

    Thank you IC-IT. I was just looking at the security tab and did not think about the shared---i was figuring the Consulting company would have set it up properly.
    Thanks. :)

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    phpgen

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    IC-IT

    on the Share Tab not Security.
    Security is NTFS permisssions - which you already listed. Share allows the users the actual access (I know poor wording).

    You may need to go up a few levels to find the properties for Share.
    Everyone should have Read and Change.

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    luv2bike2

    Thank you IC-IT. I was just looking at the security tab and did not think about the shared---i was figuring the Consulting company would have set it up properly.
    Thanks. :)

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    phpgen

    I was having this same issue until i found this amazing tool

    http://longpathtool.com/

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    phpgen

    I was having this same issue until i found this amazing tool

    http://longpathtool.com/