We are using an Iomega file storage which is connected to our network. Our Windows Domain Controller is creating a share to this file storage, so our Windows users can easily access the share using \domaincontroller\share
When those users create a new folder, the file/directory permissions are inherited from the parent's folder. Everybody can read/write in their newly created folders, which is perfect.
When a Mac user (which is directly accessing the file storage) is creating a new folder, special permissions (read/write for current user) are applied and no else can write files in this newly created folder. The only way to solve this, is to RDP to a Windows console and reset the ACL's.
What's the best practice to solve this problem?