Locked out of my own folders
I am propogating/creating folders for roaming profiles on Windows Server 2003. Via Active Directory, I have created a massive list of users and mass-specified the following profile location path:
My instructions tell me that, via the %username% string, once the user logs in for the first time, his/her folder is created. And when the user logs out, it is updated, so the roaming profile works.
However, when I want to view the contents of the newly-created folder, I am denied access with a permissions error. Is this because I did not create the folders manually and the user becomes the defacto 'folder owner/administrator,' thus keeping me out? While I can edit the security settings on the 'parent' folder, I am unable to edit the security settings on each individual 'child' folder.
I've checked all the permissions and security/share settings and have enabled my account name. I think the remedy to this would be to MANUALLY create each folder to ensure my permissions are allowed, but I'd like to avoid that if anyone has any ideas.
*\'Failure\' is not a four-letter word.