Merry Christmas to everybody.
I'm using WinSCP for about 6 years. I'm using the last version (5.17.9) and I'm using it either as a GUI or as an program which to automate some processes of importing and extracting files. I find it very useful especially when working from home. Although I have comparatively long experience with it I'm not an expert in linux servers and permissions. And now to the question - I would like to create a new directory in a samba-share folder of a linux server using SFTP. When I create it using the "mkdir" the permissions of the created directory are "rwxr-sr-x". In order not to have problems when working from the other PCs (on which the directory is seen as a mapped drive under WINDOWS) it should have the following permissions "rwxrwxrwx". How to do this - in the GUI interface there is an option when creating directory to put permissions of the created directed, but when I tried something like "mkdir -permissions=777" + directory_name the code is telling me that there is invalid key .