We have a Redhat 7.2 server acting as a file server between a number of windows and Solaris clients with the NT clients using Samba to connect and write data to the shares.
The account used by the NT machines uses default file permissions of rw-r--r-- which causes problem when a script running on the solaris machine attempts to manipulate the files in question.
How can I change the default file permissions put in place by the NT account to ensure that other accounts have write access to those files? (all the accounts in use are in the same group so just being able to set the group permissions would I guess solve the problem).
My apologies in advance if this is a simple question I "should" know the answer to