Hopefully some of you Mac gurus can provide a simple and quick answer. Here's the question: I have a Mac running High Sierra, connected to a primarily Windows network. On that network is a new Seagate NAS 2-Bay. The NAS has two private and one public folders defined. All the other users are using Windows 10 PCs. It appears that whenever the Mac opens a file on the NAS that file becomes unavailable to anyone else once closed.

I have tried many things and at this time am completely stumped. Hopefully someone can provide some ideas/suggestions.

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    Which protocol - SMB or NFS? – klanomath Mar 26 '18 at 22:13
  • Which tool do you use to open this file? – dan Mar 27 '18 at 7:16
  • I am using SMB. I've also tried the apple file system mount as well but no different. I can also access the permissions and change it to rw, save it and still no permissions from anyone else. – bobmct Mar 27 '18 at 12:47

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