In order for Unity 2017 to work correctly if you are using a network share to store the project, the permission on the share must be Full Access. Modify is not acceptable anymore as New Unity Project\Library\ScriptAssemblies\Assembly-CSharp-firstpass.dll and New Unity Project\Temp\Assembly-CSharp-firstpass.dll get access denied errors. This is a change to this version and is not ideal as it causes us a security issue in that users can now change the permissions in their home folders which we do not want them to do.
Network Share Permission
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