Disregard. It was not related to LDAP but rather my use of nosuid or acl in my /etc/fstab. 

Paul M. Whitney
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On Jul 21, 2014, at 8:39, Paul Whitney <paul.whitney@mac.com> wrote:

I am having an issue where and LDAP authenticated user cannot overwrite or remove a file on the LDAP-client system even though the permission are set to 777.  However, the user is able to create a new file (file is owned by that user) and can be removed by that user.

Is there some limitation on actions on a file owned by different user but permissions set to 777 (rwxrwxrwx)? I have checked to make sure no special attributes are enabled on the file (lsattr).

Paul M. Whitney
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