win 2003 server listing shared folders and files as Read only

Our new windows 2003 standard Edition sp 2 server is giving Read Only access for newly created Shared folders.  The original shared folders anyone can access with specified permissions.  When we create new shared folders anything put under those folders is listed as Read Only when accessed.  I've tried giving Everyone and All Users Full control but same problem.  I've run attrib -r +s in command line which did not help.  I've set owner to myself of a file in the folders and still recieve read only access.

Please help,
   Fraser
fraserorgAsked:
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Bird DogCommented:
so under the share permissions you have everyone set to full control and in security you also have everyoine set to full control and when you open anything even at the consol it says read only?
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fraserorgAuthor Commented:
Not quite when we open a file at the server, logged in as administrator, the file opens without the read only permissions.  But from any computer connecting to the shared file, it lists the file as read only.  All pc's connecting are running XP Pro.
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Bird DogCommented:
are your permission set the way I previously stated share permissions you have everyone set to full control and in security you also have everyoine set to ful
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fraserorgAuthor Commented:
Can't believe I missed the Permissions settings!  Always the easiest items you forget to look at!
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fraserorgAuthor Commented:
I do not know how to provide permissions to the mmc files?
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