It will be likely that the resulting permission are just reflecting what is enabled for the owner/group of the top directory concerned. The permissions on that directory will govern the permissions for what is created in the directory. You may just need to alter that for the directory and edit the owner/group permission state.
Setting the 'sticky' bit on a directory will just mean that only the owner or root can alter the files within them. Which isn't what your looking for. Linux will ignore it on files.
]# chmod 777 /home/<shared_folder>
If you have "linuxconfig" installed, the editing of user/group states is fairly straightforward.
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