a hopefully relatively simple question

Michael S. Hulet hulet at ittc.ukans.edu
Fri Sep 29 15:10:38 GMT 2000

If you have this line in your smb.conf

config file = /usr/system/samba/lib/smb.conf.%m

Then create an smb.conf file for that machine


In the smb.conf, you can point it at your special files for this one
person.  If you're using TNG then modify this line:

domain group map = /usr/local/samba/private/special_domaingroup.map

We use it for exporting shares to certain machines and not the majority.
We've also used it to make an individual administrator on only their

Michael Hulet
Network System Administrator
ITTC, University of Kansas

On Fri, 29 Sep 2000, Seth Vidal wrote:

> I have a user who I would like to make a local admin over 1 particular
> machine - how would I go about doing that?
> I'm not sure this is directly a samba question - but I looked around user
> mangler and it didn't see obvious.
> thanks
> -sv

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