Today I set up my system with Mac OS High Sierra and again encountered issues while using my Kyocera printer to scan to a folder on my Mac.
The initial steps were to enable file sharing via SMB (without encryption!) and then set up the Kyocera as discussed in several blogs.
Finally when it was working, I noticed that it would save everything under the username I have chosen, but all other users were not able to open the scanned files. So, that was the typical user – group – rights issue in a SMB connection. What solved my issue was posted on a website and reads:
Firstly enable ACL permissions for SMB shares with the following command.
sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.smb.server AclsEnabled -bool YES
Then set up inheritance permissions on the parent holder with the following command. This should recursively go through your share and apply the relevant permissions.
sudo chmod -R +a "group:REPLACE_WITH_YOURGROUP_NAME:allow readattr,writeattr,readextattr,writeextattr,readsecurity,list,search,add_file,add_subdirectory,delete_child,file_inherit,directory_inherit" REPLACE_WITH_PATH_TO_PARENT_SHARED_FOLDER
This worked perfectly for me! Now I am happy to use the scanning to folder function safely on my Kyocera.