problems setting file perms.
Pedro Miguel Frazão F. Ferreira
pfrazao at ualg.pt
Sat Jan 16 18:55:51 GMT 1999
Some problems. Please send comments.
I'm using samba2.0.0, on debian 2.1 (frozen) as PDC.
On the samba2.0.0 PDC everything goes ok, like user validation from w95
and wkst 4 sp3, with roaming profiles, printing, etc. Also the
workstations recognize the domain account root as being part of Domain
Admins (after domain admin user\group = root) and let only this account
perform administration tasks on them. Good work ! :-)
The problem is:
If you try to set permissions to a local file in a workstation via
'properties', 'security','file permissions', then when you click 'add'
to add a user to the list two things happen:
-if you are a regular user you get the marvellous Dr Watson reporting
an access violation.
- if you are domain root then you get a not so good list (with some
garbage) in the groups part, but you manage to get the user list. Other
times: Dr Watson strikes back !
I only have two lines in smb.conf concerning this:
domain admin users = root
domain admin group = root
Is this a going on work or should it perform ok ? Any hints ?
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