cartegw at Eng.Auburn.EDU
Fri Feb 26 17:23:26 GMT 1999
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> the example that john gave me was if you want to move files
> from one domain to another. you make a local group the owner
> of the files (or something) and then you make a domain
> group a member of the local group. when you move the
> files to another domain you can still access the files,
> and you make the _new_ domain a member of the local group
> in order for the new domain users to access it.
> if you make a domain group the owner of the files and
> you remove the domain controller you can no longer access
> those files (unknown SID/rid).
> the arrangement above makes sure that you can access
> files in the absence of the domain controller.
Sure. That makes sense. I gues I'm trying to figure out
how this fits in with a Samba PDC. Need to go read some
more before I say anything else.
Off to get more coffee. :)
Gerald ( Jerry ) Carter
Engineering Network Services Auburn University
jerry at eng.auburn.edu http://www.eng.auburn.edu/users/cartegw
"...a hundred billion castaways looking for a home."
- Sting "Message in a Bottle" ( 1979 )
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