Forced User option
Darrin M. Gorski
dgorski at ford.com
Tue Sep 16 19:44:18 GMT 1997
I think you'll have to disconnect and then reconnect. Kill -HUP doesn't do
what you think it does to smbd.
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Darrin M. Gorski, Research Computer Systems Network Support
Scientific Research Laboratories, Ford Motor Company
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On Wed, 17 Sep 1997, Steven Law wrote:
> I have been trying this very useful option out on one of our win95 PC's.
> The head of dept (username hod) also wants to be able to access his own
> account (martin). He logs on as hod and mounts sharename martin as
> drive G. I put the "force user = martin" in the list associated with
> this sharename and HUP'd the smb daemon. Although he can access drive G,
> files are still being created as hod on drive G.
> I thought the force user option would create files on drive G owned by
> martin. Am I mis-reading the idea behind this parameter ?
> Steve Law
> Computing Officer
> Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Edinburgh University.
> Phone: 0131 650 5037 , Email: steve at maths.ed.ac.uk
> Home Page: http://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/~steve
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