I'd guess that's coming from Windows. What does your Windows team have to
say? Can that user access the SMB share in Windows via Explorer (must be
identical share since Windows folders and shares each have permissions)?

date: Thu, 10 Jun 2021 20:30:29 +0000
from: Tom Deskevich <TDeskevich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: QNTC with same user acts differently when accessing a Windows

I have a windows server with a QNTC path established on our I and on a
remote I. There is a user that exists on my I and on a remote I with the
same credentials. I have verified that this user has full access to the
windows server path I am using. When I remote in via telnet I have full
access. When I try to write/delete/rename to the same path, on our I,
CPFA09C is issued, not authorized to the object. I can read from the path
on my local I via QNTC. The windows server resides on the same network
with the remote I, but I cannot see how that makes any difference. I can
write to a folder on another windows server via QNTC on our I with the same

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