Permission to change another user's files - Debian-Samba
I have a Debian server running Samba. There are several directories that are shared between the group with some users being completely trusted, other users being partially trusted and some not trusted at all.
Group1 (trusted) needs to be able to read/write/delete anything and everything.
Group2 (partially trusted) needs to be able to read everything but only should be able to modify and delete their own files.
Group3 (not trusted) needs to be able to read but nothing else.
I'm currently using user-based file permissions to satisfy the needs of Group2 & Group3, but using this method, Group1 can't modify anyone else's files.
Did I make any sense whatsoever? Haallp!