ddulek at fastenal.com
Mon Jul 12 23:09:40 GMT 1999
set "browseable = no" on the share to make it hidden.
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On Mon, 12 Jul 1999, John Morgan Salomon wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'd appreciate some help with setting up my Samba server (2.0.4)
> I have a number of NT users whom I'd like to give hidden home directories.
> They'll be connecting from various NT machines in the same domain; the
> samba server is already passing on auth requests to its PDC just fine.
> However, as soon as someone authenticates for one share to the Samba
> machine, they have access to all shares. I mapped the samba users to
> unix users with a username map, and the various shares are owned by
> the corrrect users. Here's an excerpt from my smb.conf for one of the
> comment = John Salomon's Homedrive
> path = /export/salomojm
> guest account =
> valid users = psc_master\salomojm
> read only = No
> only user = Yes
> hide files = .
> browseable = No
> wide links = No
> follow symlinks = No
> The second bit is that I am unable to hide the shares; the way
> the homes section was set up didn't make this real clear to me.
> I tried doing it the NT way with a $ at the end of the share name,
> but that's somehow stripped off when the share is exported.
> I'd very much appreciate any help in this direction.
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