I want to give another user permission to a mount point of a network resource. The directory mode is 700 and the owner is, of course, the logged in user who created the mount point.
I have programs running as different users which have to access the resource as well, but they are unable to. I would like to change the file mode of the mount point located in
/Volumes/, but -probably for security reasons- this cannot be done by simply using the
sudo chmod go+rx /Volumes/<mount point>/ command.
How can I give other users permissions to my mount point of a network resource?
EDIT: Mounting is done the Mac way: via Finder. It's an AFP share (located on a Mac Server). Mount output: afp_4dskZR4jbiYw4tTvjg2EIbez-2.2d000004 on /Volumes/Work in Progress (afpfs, nodev, nosuid, mounted by foto5). I prefer to keep it the Mac way. I don't want to edit fstab manually to create static mount points (for example).