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unable to edit/create within homedirs (edir)

I've been testing Filr Appliance 1.0.459 and after some difficulty, users are now able to see their edir home folders under "My Files" in Filr. At the root of "My Files", users can create new folders or add files, but once they start into their "Home" folders, all they can do is view. Checking their profile reviews correct syntax to the home folder location on the server (\\\DATAVOL/HomeDirs\username); checking their edir rights, they have the usual RWCEMFA. If I add folders to their home folders from within iManager, the new folder appears in Filr and the user can see it almost instantly. I'm at a loss as to why they only have read-only rights to their own home directories. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.
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