AW: [Samba] Function test
CM.Pfeiffer at baden-airport.de
Tue Apr 2 06:24:04 GMT 2002
thanks for your fast help, but i have an problem yet. if i comment
out the acl line in the global section, it is always set to yes (see with
testparm). when i dublicate the acl line onto the share section it is not
set (also see with testparm). then i had set "nt acl support = no" in the
global section and yes in the shared section. testparm view me 2 lines, one
line with no and one line with yes.
in addition the windows machine gives me an error return like "can´t
set changes to directory, because access denied", but the user have full
access to this directory.
> Make sure the share has nt acl support = yes and not in the global
> section, otherwise you won't get anywhere fast. Also if the server you are
> tryingto change acl's on is not the PDC you have to change the 'look in'
> dropdown list to the server.
> Kristyan Osborne IT Assistant Manager
> Longhill High School
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pfeiffer, CM [mailto:CM.Pfeiffer at baden-airport.de]
> Sent: 02 April 2002 10:43
> To: 'samba at lists.samba.org'
> Subject: [Samba] Function test
> I have configure my Samba as an PDC (source are been patched with acl and
> xfs from bestbits). My target is to set now the ACLs for the shares on
> samba, from an Windows machine. I get the availible users and groups
> but i can set anything. To set ACLs under the linux machine with
> is work successfully. The outcome of this is that the kernel is work with
> acl support. now i think samba is not woking with acl, but i have set the
> option nt acl support = yes on compile.
> Is there a tool availible (like testparm) to view all functions (explicit
> acl) on samba?
> pfeiffer GmbH IT-Systemhaus
> Stephan Pfeiffer
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