Privileges NT and Samba
Vetter, Gary H.
ghvetter at state.nd.us
Wed Oct 18 14:29:58 GMT 2000
On an NT workstation, a user ID requires at least 'Power User' privileges to
change time. Administrator privileges would also work, but you wouldn't want
to give every user admin privileges unless you have a death wish (imho).
Anyway, from the <Start> button, select Programs - Administrative Tools -
User Manager. Select the user, click on Groups, select Power User from the
right side, click on Add, then OK a couple of times. There's probably also a
policy editor method of doing this for a group.
From: Osama Abu-Aish [mailto:osabmt00 at fht-esslingen.de]
Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2000 10:02 AM
To: Torsten Curdt
Cc: samba-ntdom at samba.org
Subject: RE: Privileges NT and Samba
Am 18 Oct 2000, um 13:00 Uhr schrieb Torsten Curdt zum Thema RE: Privileges
NT and Samba:
Dazu meine Meinung:
I remember someone had a list in a previous mail.
You should find it in the list archives.
> > The net time problem is not a samba but a NT one. You must
> > give the right to change system time to everybody for this
> > command to succeede for non-root users. Better solution
> > is using one of the freeware time-setting tools for NT.
> Could you name some?
Fachhochschule für Technik Esslingen
More information about the samba-ntdom