Webdav ignoring permissions

Hi I have three shares on a server disk. I wish to access one via webdav and a restricted account ie invited guests. If I access via afp things work fine but using webdav all of the volumes become visible and writable!!!
structure is
disk>>share1- staff access
>>share2-admin access
>>share3-restricted access and webdav IOS access
Access via https://domain/webdav
and if I log in via the restricted account and all three shares show
any ideas? thanks

The realm needs to be given owner:group www:www
-david

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