Needs help with File Permissions on NT
SinghS at cbs.curtin.edu.au
Thu Nov 25 01:34:02 GMT 1999
Thanks for responding to my problem .
I have put
nt acl support = no
nt smb support = no
in the smb.conf
with it user while accessing through NT Explorer->Properties can stil see the 'Security tab' but if they try to change the permissions on their homedirs it doesn't get saved. So they can't change the permissions. I will still like to see only one tab'General' as they see in ver 1.9.
If anybody knows any other magic line to put it in smb.conf please Email me.
>Can someone please help
>We are running samba 1.9 on Solaris 2.6 server and samba
>2.0.4 on Solaris 7 server
>On both the servers student access their home directories
>by NT workstations. In 1.9 version While accessing their
>home drives through NT explorer -> Properties they see file
>system as SAMBA and they only see 'General' tab so they
>can't change the permissions to their home directories.
>In new version While accessing their home drives through
>NT explorer -> Properties they see file system as NTFS, and
>see two tabs 'General' and 'Security' and they can go to
>Security and mess up with the permission on their home
>directories. We have tried changing the file system by fstype
>= SAMBA . It does change the file system but security tab is
>still there in new version.
>on Solaris they have 701 on their homedirs
>drwx-----x on /home/myhomedir.
>Can someone please help regrading it. We don't want
>student to change permission on their home directories so
>how to get rid of security tab in new version of samba.
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