I am trying to do something extremely simple, and it just isn't working. I have a Mac mini that I am using as a file server. On this mini are two user accounts. I created a single folder and shared it. I gave both user accounts read and write access to both the folder, and the sharing preferences for the folder. Fine, I can see the folder on the network and copy and read files to the shared folder. Yay. One problem. If I am logged in as one user (over the network using "connect as") and copy a file to the folder, the other user can only read it. The other user cannot move or delete it. The same goes for any folders or files created on the mini by one user. The other user can't delete or move it. This is driving me crazy, because I use the mini to download files automatically using various software. Any files or folders created by this software only give write access to one user. The other user only gets read only access. How do I fix this? I tried setting the root folder to allow "everyone" read/write access. Didn't help. Any new folders or files still only give read only access to everyone. Why in the world are new folders/files not inheriting the permissions of the root folder?