I was trying to figure out how to change the permissions on the Mac I am working on and I came across an article which told me... "You will need to create and edit this file yourself for user-specific launchd configurations, so open the Terminal and run the following command: sudo pico /etc/launchd-user.conf ...When finished, press Control-O to save the file, followed by Control-X to exit the editor. Now simply log out of your account and back in, and the launchd configuration will incorporate the new umask settings." I did this, but the only thing that changed was when I click "Get Info" for documents on the office server was under the Sharing & Permissions. Before there was a list of names which had either "Read and Write" or just "Read Only" (these are what I was trying to change). Now, all I get under that setting is "You have custom access". I want it to say "Read and Write" or whatever the names happen to be set to. Here's some background info. I was trying to change these Sharing & Permission settings so that when I create a new folder, the folder is automatically set to "Read and Write" and not the standard "Read Only". I achieved this through an Apple.com tutorial (I should've trusted the product maker over an outside source anyways), but I just want the more detailed Sharing & Permissions description back. I don't know how to do this. Any ideas?