Files cannot write on NFS folder but the same user in terminal or other application can

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I have an NFS share in a Synology NAS mounted locally. I can mount it and access it normally from the terminal and other applications (such as downloading a file from Firefox to the share). However, if I open the share in Files (Ubuntu 20.04 LTS), I cannot write to it. But, I can write in some subfolders. Note that all folders have the same permissions and owner. Somehow is like Files knows which application created the folder and will restrict access based on that.

This behaviour looks wrong to me, but I suppose there is some logic behind it. It happens even if you boot from a Live USB.

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please [edit] your question by including the entry from /etc/fstab which mounts the share.

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