I've done some research on this and see that it's been around for a while, but haven't seen many solutions. Mac Mini running 10.10 w/Server. Have a handful of users and a departmental group that contains those users. We have a couple of shares where the group has read/write permissions at the top of the share, with permissions propagating down the tree. Simple. Many of the files in the share show a user "Fetching..." along with the group. I've tracked down which user account is being shown as "Fetching". I went to an obscure folder and looked at permissions, went to add a user and noticed one of the users was greyed out. I removed the "fetching" user from the list of permissions for that folder, then went to add users again, and that account was now selectable. When I select it, though, it adds back as "Fetching...". This user has issues with folders and files all the time. If he tried to copy a file from one folder to another (all in the same share or even within the same folder) he gets an error saying his username or password is incorrect. He can, though, copy the file to another drive and then back to the share fine, and can, of course, save files he works on. What would be the correct course of action to fix this user account?