im trying to share my user folder from across my network,
the win7_x64 machine is set up a sort of a server.
the win7_x32 is the laptop that im trying to obtain write access to.
i have the user files on the d drive on the server, and i have "UserFiles" folder set to share across the network. this works fine.
the problem comes when i try to write into the directory. i have special permissions set on the folder so other users cant cross access each others files.
lets discuss the D:/UserFiles/Wolfdogg directory, its my files on the user drive.
so in the d:/UserFiles directory i have permissions as follows
SYSTEM - full access - files, folders, and sub folders
Administrators - Full Access - folders, sub folders, and files
Authenticated Users - traverse only - this folder only
on the d:/UserFiles/Wolfdogg directory
Administrators - Full access - folders, sub folders, and files
Wolfdogg - traverse only - this folder only
Wolfdogg - full access - subfolders and files only (not this folder)
I have replaced all child objects each time i make changes.
i can get into all my files using wolfdogg credentials, i just dont have write priveleges.
what setting am i missing