Windows 2000 Server and Professional, latest OS patches.
I have one user who has lost the ability to do anything with any of the files he has access to other than to list thenm and read them. He cqannot write to them, he cannot copy the files, etc.
I have checked the permissions for the directories involved, and tey have not changed. I gave him explicit rights to the directories giving him Full Control. I have deleted him from Active Directory Users and removed his local profile, then recreated the user.
I have cursed. I have sworn. Nothing seems to be working.
If I log in as another user, there is no problems. Only if I log in as this user. Interestingly enough, I cannot log into another machine with this user's credentials, but I can log into his machine with other users' credentials.
This user was fine on Monday. He was able to manipulate the files he needed to manipulate. Tuesday was moving day, and his office was moved to another location. Today, he logs in and cannot do what he needs to do.
Yes, he is connected to the network. Yes, he is logged into the domain.
Can anyone give me a clue as to how to proceed in this case?
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