Whenever my Co-Worker creates a folder (he is connected via AFP) on a share he is always set as owner of the created folder and other members of the "users"-group do not have rights to edit, read or execute this folder (same with files) - did I miss some settings? When others create or copy a file/folder to a share via SMB/CIFS everything works fine: In the ACL-Manager the group "users" can read/write/execute and the owner is set as "root" who also can read/write/execute. And that works fine when working together. Are those even the right settings for SMB/CIFS shares?
How can I get the AFP-user to create folders/files with "root" as owner and full privileges for the "users"-group by default like SMB/CIFS-users do?