Cole, Timothy D.
timothy_d_cole at md.northgrum.com
Wed Jul 21 14:30:08 GMT 1999
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Frank [SMTP:frank at ifi.unibas.ch]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 1999 3:40
> To: Multiple recipients of list SAMBA-TECHNICAL
> Subject: Re: NT file-permissions
> > --On Wednesday, July 21, 1999, 6:09 AM +1000 Oliver Raupach
> > <oliver at mm.gop.de> wrote:
> > > Yes, thats right. Samba has to do the whole access control stuff.
> > But then you get inconsistent behavior for the same user between
> > your UNIX/Mac/Whatever logins and NT.
> Unless you restrict the entire (sub)tree to a unique user, restrict all
> access to that user
> and tell samba to access that (sub)tree as that user only. In this way you
> shut out all but the root unix users ...
> And if you really need unix access, well, use the samba libraries to build
> the unix tools ... (should be no problem with linux: a new filesystem
> > I don't like that and would not want to see it become built in.
> I could accept it if it uses a restricted access method as described above
I think that was Oliver's original intent, given his use of force
user and force group in his example share definition.
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