Wow, that is a crazy solution. I have not run into that kind of a thing
before, but it makes sense that it would cause the problem. I checked my
explorer.exe permissinos and I have Administrators, Authenticated Users,
Server Operators, System as the groups that have permissions, with the
Authenticated Users having less permissions. They have Read & Execute and
Read permissions, which they inherited from the \Windows folder. I would
check to make sure your users have these permissions as well to prevent other
to the other folders.