Mac Server Permissions

There are four iMacs in the office with one Mac Server and all upgraded to Yosemite. When saving files or creating folders on the shared area on the Mac Server, the permissions are automatically set so the owner can read or write but everyone else is read only. I have checked all the parent folders and they are read & write for everyone

Is there some command I can run that sets all newly created or copied items to take the permissions of their parent folder?

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QuarmAuthor Commented:
How do I check to see if group ownership is already set?

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