[Samba] Problem executing files

Fernando Giorgetti fernando at gruponet.com.br
Mon Apr 8 07:25:04 GMT 2002

I am crazy....
I have tested in 3 machines here. All the three machines haves the win98 4.10.2222 and in 2 machines the execution of a test.bat in //server/share/instalawin/test.bat succeeds ok, and in the other 98 machine, it returns me an access denied.
In the machine that returns the access denied, when I type (from dos prompt) test.bat it returns me, in only 1 line, access dinied. When I click in test.bat, the message (access denied) repeats until I close the command window.

If someone have seen it, and have some correction, please help me.

Thanks a lot.

Fernando Giorgetti.

> On Thu, Apr 04, 2002 at 04:58:25PM -0300, Fernando Giorgetti wrote:
> > all the permissions is right.
> > for an example, in directories with 8 or less characters, a can execute my
> files. only in directories higher than 8 characters i cant execute them.
> > 
> > Example:
> > 
> > directory: s:\test\test.bat <runs ok>
> > directory: s:\testtesttest\test.bat <access denied>
> > 
> > the test and the testtesttest directories have the same permission.
> > 
> > my samba version is 2.2.1a
> What type of client please ? I'd aprecaiate a quick answer as
> I'd like to ensure this bug is fixed for 2.2.4.
> Thanks,
> 	Jeremy.

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