Patch for bug 166 - setting ACLs on a share from XP
qzhou at isilon.com
Wed Jul 2 00:26:40 GMT 2003
Is this to set/modify share permissions from Windows? I don't know that I
can do this before, and am still wondering how to do it if it is. Where the
share permissions get stored? smb.conf? Hey, I am interested in using it,
just tell me how!
On Tuesday 01 July 2003 10:27 am, Jim McDonough wrote:
> This patch should re-enable setting ACLs on a share (note, this is
> _different_ from setting ACLs on the root directory in a share) from XP.
> The problem was that XP was issuing a setshareinfo 1005 (which is about DFS
> and the CSC policy), even if the user didn't change the csc policy. We
> returned ACCESS_DENIED, and the client stopped. I tried INVALID_PARM and
> UNKNOWN_LEVEL, but both still caused the client to stop.
> We now check to see that the csc policy coming across is the same as
> already exists in smb.conf. If they try to change it, we will return
> ACCESS_DENIED. If it matches what we already have, we return OK. We will
> also fill in the CSC info on a query 1005, which we weren't doing before.
> (See attached file: xpacl.patch)
> John, please test this out...and anyone else may, also :-)
> Jim McDonough
> IBM Linux Technology Center
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