Home Dir Security and file sync aka CSC

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I having issues configuring Home directory file sync. After I configured folder redirection by MS recommendations, I receive a folder permissions error when I right click on a file and tell it to sync. Following MS's white paper on configuring redirected folders, http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=288991, they specify to set the following permissions

1) system, creator owner and administrators --> full control
2) authenticated users

Create Folders / Append Data
Read Permissions
Read Attributes
Read Extended Attributes

The share permissions are set to everyone full control.
Has anyone encountered this or have examples of their working ACL permissions?

Any insight is appreciated!

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this maybe a late reply.
I think it happens when some of the files in the user’ home directory are not ‘owned’ by the current login user. you may want to check the files ownership.
hope it helps.

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  • JEAKINS
    The solution I discovered was to add an additional right, list folder/read data to the top folder and apply the authenticated users rights to this folder only. The bad thing is that they can now see all the users folders but they still can access them.
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  • 0ct0pus
    oh, it's about traverse permission. To prevent the users to see the subfolders, how about putting the authenticated users the "Bypass traverse checking" right in the security policy? You may not need to grant "List folder/read data" access to the parent folder. If your company policy allows that. Or you may try to give "Traverse Folder/Execute File" permission to authenticated users to the parent folder only. hope this helps.
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