The permissions set in the UCServer administration for the members of an AD group (Active Directory) are not considered and do not take effect.
The users/members of the group are set in AD (Active Directory) to be the Primary Group.
In Active Directory, the primary group is stored differently than normal group memberships.
Normal group assignment
Membership in the group is stored in the "member" field of the group.
Here, the primary group is determined directly in the user object via the "primaryGroupID" field. However, this field does not contain the group, but only its RID (Relative Identifier).
This means that the assignment of a primary group is not stored in the "member" field of the respective group. The group itself does not "know" that these members also belong to it!
Checking possible reasons
In the UCServer administration you can check in the group in the tab "Members" what type this membership is.
If there is a 'P' in the "Type" field, it is a primary group.
Example screenshot settings group – members – type P
In order for the permissions to be evaluated correctly, a primary group must not be used.