UAM volume locked

I am trying to connect mac system 7.5.3 to NT server.I have created the UAM volume.

 However I cannot copy any file into the Appleshare folder. The error message is the UAM volume is locked.

The share folder has full control for everyone.
I can copy into the share folder from another NT workstation and the files are visible from the MAC.
Can somebody help me.
Frankly I don't know a thing about MAC so please be simple.
Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.
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UAM stands for "user authentication modules". There is a readme in this volume that explains its usage. (This is not a usable volume)
To make a Mac volume available......
1./ Create the Directory.
2./ Go to "File Manager"
3./ Take the "MacFile" Menu down to "Create Volume"
And your away....

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jeseemAuthor Commented:
Have made a volume.Now how to access this volume from mac??
jeseemAuthor Commented:
Thanx a lot..
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1./ Just open the Chooser (Under the AppleMenu)
2./ Click on the Appleshare icon.
3./ Double click on the NT server name.
3./ Type your username & passwd.
4./ You will be presented with a list of vols to mount.
5./ You will then be asked for the passwd that you gave the volume itself on the NT machine.
jeseemAuthor Commented:
In my accepting comment I failed to add that I had got it.
Anyway thanx for the comment.

So it worked out fine then,
Glad to have helped.
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