Windows users can not delete files from Samba
Below is my smb.conf file:
User can access to this folder, but the only person who can change/delete the file is the person who have put the file. While I wanna grant this access to everybody to change other files, too.
Do I have to do something else? The umask for public user is 022.
Well... what about the access permissions on the file?
Allowing everyone to alter and delete a file in situ over a network is a bad idea: what happens when two users try to save the same file? Maybe one wants to delete it while another is working on it?
The standard way around this is to allow users to copy the file to a location where they can work on it, then copy it to their public folder.
For large collaborative projects, some sort of ftp server is better.
You can either use force-user or add the windows user to the "write list".
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