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Win2k3 Security question

I have 2 users that when they go into their personal drives and then go to a folder within the drive; when they try to go back up one level they get an access denied error. If they go to the "Look in" drop down box and go to the root of the personal drive it lets them in. There are multiple users in the security group and none of the rest of them seem to be having this issue. I've compared security settings as well, and everything matches up.

Another interesting thing to note is that it only happens in Word(Office 03). If they try to do the above in Excel or any other application it works fine. I have not been able to find anything in Word itself that would point to such a problem. Office does have SP1 installed.

What gives? Any ideas?
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I have 2 users that when they go into their personal drives and then go to a folder within the drive; when they try to go back up one level they get an access denied error. If they go to the "Look in" drop down box and go to the root of the personal drive it lets them in. There are multiple users in the security group and none of the rest of them seem to be having this issue. I've compared security settings as well, and everything matches up.

Another interesting thing to note is that it only happens in Word(Office 03). If they try to do the above in Excel or any other application it works fine. I have not been able to find anything in Word itself that would point to such a problem. Office does have SP1 installed.

What gives? Any ideas?
Have they password protected any of the Word docs? (never a good idea).
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