Problem setting NTFS-Permissions

M.Eidher (IT/IS-Wr.Kuehlhaus-Frigoscandia GmbH) edv at
Wed Nov 21 02:22:02 GMT 2001

HI, to all

I`ve got a linux-Box with a 2.4.14-Kernel in a W2k-Domain working as a
Fileserver (not as Domaincontroller). I use Samba 2.2.2. Everything works
fine, but when I try to add/or change Users-NTFS-Permissions of a Directory
or a file in a share, using the Advanced-settings on a W2k-Box, I get the
messages Access denied.

I guess that when using the standard sources of samba
the --with-nt-acl-support option is enabled. Or not?

Here are a few lines of my smb.conf

	workgroup = DOM02
	netbios name = DATEI
	server string = Datei Samba Server
	interfaces =
	bind interfaces only = Yes
	security = DOMAIN
	encrypt passwords = Yes
	password server = *
	log file = /usr/local/samba/var/log.%m
	max log size = 50
	preferred master = False
	local master = No
	domain master = False
	dns proxy = No
	wins server = dc
	winbind uid = 10000-20000
	winbind gid = 10000-20000
	template homedir = /dateien/DOM02/%U
	winbind separator = +
	admin users = Administrator
	hosts allow = 10.10.10. 127.
	veto files = /*.eml/*.nws/riched20.dll/

	comment = Fileserver der Buchhaltung
	path = /dateien/BH
	valid users = @BH, @Domain-Admins
	write list = @BH, @Domain-Admins
	force create mode = 0777
	force directory mode = 0777
	browseable = No

Thanks for any rapid answer

CU, Martin

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