Found it: If anyone else runs into this issue...
Remove inherited NTFS permissions on 835 sub folders.
Edit: Okay, so there was some tweaking that needed to be done. In the original batch file that is posted on the above microsoft site, the commands use a /e modifier which only modifies the ACL. You will want to remove the /e tag from the first command issued so that it replaces the ACL and removes the "Everyone" group. Otherwise, you're simply adding the user and domain admins with the batch file. Example below (extremely shortened version):
for /f "delims=:" %%i in ('dir /b /ad') do @echo %%i >>%zLog% && echo y| cacls "%%i" /T /g "%userdomain%\Domain Admins":F
for /f "delims=:" %%i in ('dir /b /ad') do @echo %%i >>%zLog% && cacls "%%i" /T /e /g "%userdomain%\%%i":F
I removed some code from the end of each line that writes to the log file, but anyway... notice the /T /g in the first line and then the /T /e /g in the second.
The first line removes all ACL entries and replaces with the domain admins, then the second line edits (/e modifier) the ACL to add the user back in. The users AD account name MUST match the folder name for this to work.
Humans are the only creatures that won't live up to the their potential. Give everything your all. When you die, die on E.
So I ask you, what do you intend to do now?