I have a secured share setup as followed...
security = share
comment = Private Share
path = /home/office-data/private
valid users = nomer
public = no
writable = yes
printable = no
...as you can see the two users office-user and nomer have access to the share.
On the Linux box (CentOS 4) I have set “/home/office-data/private” to have full access to everyone (chmod 777).
The problem is that if one of the user’s creates a new file in the “private” folder the other user can delete it but not edit the file. Now, if one of the users creates a sub folder in the private folder with files, the other user cannot delete or edit them files. All files when created by either user have the permission set to 0744/-rwxr--r--.
How can I get this so that when either of the two users creates a file that file or folder has 777 as default permissions? I have had a good look around and could only find one other person who has had this problem - but no answer was provided.
I appreciate anyone who could help me.