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Eureka! I figured it out! Apparently claims expiration needed to be set to a lower time window. I don't understand why a bunch of Microsoft patches would require that but apparently SharePoint was having an issue verifying my permissions with AD. I ran the following commands from the link below. Command Prompt: stsadm.exe -o setproperty -propertyname ...


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We found the solution. The group drive with the wrong ACL resolution has been crawled directly on the fileshare (\\dfs1.mydomain\group1), while the homedrive has been crawled from a dfs share (\\mydomain\homes\user1). When i changed the startaddress for the group drive from \\dfs1.mydomain\group1 to \\mydomain\groups\group1 the ACLs were correctly ...


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Did you grant the Crawl account "Manage auditing and security log" on the WIndows 2012 R2 file server? https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2817731



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