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Macs cannot save to NTFS Volume

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I am running Server 2003 R2. The Macs (all 10.4.?) can connect to and see the files but they cannot save. Any idea what I am missing?
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Sounds like a permissions problem to me...

What are the permissions on the remote windows share?
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Thanks Guys, but I managed to sort it out myself. Not permissions problem. SFM Properties problem. All fine now.
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