I'm having a problem where a cifs mounted W2k3 share functions as read-only. I set permissions in the mount call, I set the user & group, and it is my home directory for which I do have full access from a mapped network drive in XP. And I have no trouble accessing it via smbclient.

here's how it's mounted:
Iago&#58;/home/sean # mount -t cifs //bullwinkle/scolgan /home/sean/CSMEG_scolgan/ -o username=scolgan%<mypass>,file_mode=0755,dir_mode=0755,uid=sean,gid=users
the listing shows that it at least thinks it set properly:

sean@Iago&#58;~/CSMEG_scolgan> ls -l
total 0
drwxr-xr-x  1 sean users 0 2005-09-13 11&#58;09 384
drwxr-xr-x  1 sean users 0 2005-09-04 18&#58;55 407
drwxr-xr-x  1 sean users 0 2005-09-06 21&#58;26 598
drwxr-xr-x  1 sean users 0 2005-09-05 10&#58;17 Shoutcast
But... whenever I try to write to it, I get 'Permission denied'

sean@Iago&#58;~/CSMEG_scolgan> cp /home/sean/temp/test.txt test.txt
cp&#58; cannot create regular file `test.txt'&#58; Permission denied