File permissions on a mac

Hi,

Can anyone help with this annoying issue please,

I have setup a windows server 2008 standard on a workgroup (NOT DOMAIN) which is going to be used purely as a file server.
I have 2 macs running leopard that i can connect to the shared folders on the server 2008 but when i go to change/add/edit anything in the shared folders it tells me that i don't have permissions to perform this action.
I've set the security on the shared folders to full control for everyone but that hasn't helped.

Can anyone please help ?

Craig
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lscsAsked:
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AndrewK80Commented:
Do the mac's authenticate with the server in any way?

The permissions for full control/anyone will only work for users the windows server is aware of. You can try adding the anonymous user group and giving that permissions, however this does bypass all security to that folder for anyone.

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Darius GhassemCommented:
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lscsAuthor Commented:
The mac do authenticate with the server with regards to accessing the shared folders andrew.
I set everyone to full control but hasn't helped at all.

If i create the shared folder on a windows PC i get the same problem so whether it be a windows PC or a mac i get the permissions error.
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lscsAuthor Commented:
Sorted i got the permissions set wrong
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