successfully drag file into a directory which deneid all NTACL permissions
hemanth.thummala at gmail.com
Sun Dec 22 22:27:57 MST 2013
Yes. I have seen this issue some time back and just forgot to raise in
forums/as bug. Basically during rename(in rename_internals_fsp) we are not
checking permissions on target folder if it is different from the current
Can you raise bug for this?
On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 9:59 AM, yanhuan <yanhuan at bwstor.com.cn> wrote:
> Hello everyone:
> I created a directory and deneid all NTACL permissions on it, so I can
> not double-click to enter the directory or create new files.
> But unexpected, I can drag a file into the directory successfully.
> I found that, the operation of dragging a file goes to the RENAME instead
> of the CREATE.
> My question is, why we do not check the NTACL permissions of the
> destination directory when we do the RENAME operation?
> my samba version is 3.6.16, and I enable NTACL with parameters below:
> vfs objects=acl_xattr
> map acl inherit=yes
> inherit acls=yes
> store dos attributes=yes
> dos filemode=yes
> ea support=yes
> Email：yanhuan at bwstor.com.cn
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