Is there a program or app out there that you could place on a network location and run it to see if the currently logged in user has full control permissions to the file that you just placed there? Right now I can see what's in the Security tab, but it doesn't tell me exactly what group the user is in, etc. Has anyone heard of or seen something like this?
You can find out a local users group memberships with
At the network level
Replace *username here* with the username and no asterisks around it.
File permissions information
Replace *file path here* with the file/directory name or path
Subinacl command from microsoft can show you some command line permissions ( http://ss64.com/nt/subinacl.html)
Another tool xacls ( http://ss64.com/nt/xcacls.html)
Show owner of a file
I think some combination of these will help. Also, if you are on a more modern system I would check out the capabilities of powershell to address this problem over cmd. I will update if I can think of any other commands which may be helpful in your pursuits.