I'm trying to change the default umask for when users log in. I have edited /etc/bashrc and changed umask from 022 to 002, to allow everyone in the same group to read and write the files by default. This is working for local users, but not for users authenticated through a LDAP server. Setting the default umask on a home .bashrc does not do the trick either.
I did the same on a gentoo workstation and it worked perfectly. Anyone knows why this behavior in Fedora and I can change the default umask?