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Access File permission denied on Terminal Session

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Ok i have a NAS Server with Shared Folder with permissions for domain users set on all allow bar full control.

everyone can access these files fine from in the office. (including Access files)

set up remote operators with users included in Domain users. So users can dial in from home.

From home while accessing a Terminal Server my users can log on and access all the files from this drive/folder EXCEPT microsoft access files.

The fact they can get on and access other files folders means that permissions must be correct? (even tho i have tried adding the Remote operaters to the permissions at the root of folder, it sat at egg timer then (not responding) appeared so i cancelled that.

Any ideas guys?
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