I have created several users and and shares (public and private) and they all work fine. I have also created groups. Let me give some examples.
Users: Rex, Bob, Gina, Todd.
Groups: Administrators, Programmers, Writers, Support, Staff.
Shares: General, Code, Documentation, HR.
In this scenario, I (Rex) am an Administrator and should have fiull access to every share. I set myself into the Administrators share and set Administrators to have full access to the HR share. If I (the user) am set to No Access, despite the fact that I am an Administrator with Full Access to HR, I am denied access.
In the same case, I set the Administrators group to have No Access to the HR share, but leave myself with Full Access. I cam still able to read and write in that share.
To summarize, it seems that a User rights trump Group rights. This seems wrong. Did I miss something?