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DeltaCopy Usage, File permissions and read-only status

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I'm using DeltaCopy:

http://www.aboutmyip.com/AboutMyXApp/DeltaCopy.jsp

I have two Windows machines, one is Windows 7 running the DeltaCopy client, the other is Windows 2003 Server running DeltaCopy server. When the sync runs it turns all the folders to read-only on the server. I've checked that the read-only box is NOT checked off on the server and I see no settings on the client that should turn the folders read only. Perhaps there is a parameter I can add to the profile to prevent the folders from becoming read-only. The read-only status is causing major problems because the folder is shared from the server and remote users need to be able to access it.
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I'm also considering scheduling a batch job that takes the folders out of read-only status since I can't find anything in the program or parameters that could be causing this.
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I've got a post up on the forums of the software's author, hoping for a solution there too.

http://forums.aboutmyx.com/forums/posts/list/0/190.page#33451
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did u get the solution?
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meh
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