I have a file-server running on Windows 8. The data drives in the server are shared to admin users with full control permissions on the whole drive. However, for some reason, I am unable to write or delete files in the root of the shared drives when accessing the drive mapped as a network drive on a Windows 7 work station.
I can remote in with the same credentials and make any changes I want. I can also create folders in the mapped drives, and read/write/delete inside any folder on the drive.
What changes should I look at making to enable writing and deleting in the root from a mapped drive?