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I tried it on different shares with success. Everything works fine. On this particular
share mount point permissions are wrong after mount. I cannot delete or modify
items directly under mount point, as mount point permissions are set to dr_xr_xr_x.
Everything is fine in subfolders
The strange thing is that I can modify those items right after I mount the share. Mount
point permissions are drwxrwxrwx. After some seconds the permissions change to dr_xr_xr_x.
I have found out, that this behaviour depends on ttl parameter. If I do not set it, the
permissions are dr_xr_xr_x right away. It seems like server reconsiders directory
access and new access rights are given.