Cole, Timothy D. timothy_d_cole at
Tue Dec 21 15:56:49 GMT 1999

The ACLs you see are actually "native" Unix permissions.  As a consequence,
they have Unix (rather than NT) semantics.  This means that to delete
(unlink) a file or directory, the only requirement is that you have write
permission on the directory that contains it -- there is no delete
permission as such.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Bernd Ganter [SMTP:b.ganter at]
> Sent:	Tuesday, December 21, 1999 5:13
> To:	Multiple recipients of list SAMBA-NTDOM
> Subject:	Permissionproblem
> Hey list,
> I have a problem with NT-ACLs. I need to have all NT-Right (delete!) on a
> Samba share. Samba ist configered as a PDC-Controller. Does anybody know
> howto setup these rights?
> Thank You
> Bernd Ganter.

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