"normal" user (non-admin-users) should NOT have any rights on homes share. homes is the central share for all users homedirectory and therefore only admin should have been granted access on it.
Normal users sohuld have write access to home, which represents the home directory of the respective user. You should therefore check the ACL given in the filesystem on the users home. For example if the user in question is called USER then his/her home should be /volume1/homes/USER (this path can only be accessed via CLI)
The easiest way is to make your user owner of the directory and remove all rights for others than your user.
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chown -R USER /volume1/homes/USER && chmod -R 0700 /volume1/homes/USER
the command above should set the ACL correclty for a home directory.