[Samba] Access denied when using samba as a profile server
andrew at dcs.bbk.ac.uk
Mon Apr 22 05:32:02 GMT 2002
Thanks. The following solved the problem and I wonder if and when will
solaris fully support acl/winbind.
> nt acl support = no
> to smb.conf
> solved the problem you described for me
> On 20-Apr-2002 Kimmo Akkanen wrote:
> >> I have been using samba for a long time, but since our windows 2000 machine
> >> are becoming unreliable (fileserver problems). I want to move users
> >> onto our UNIX/SAMBA server.
> >> The problem I am getting is that when a user logs onto a client it is
> >> unable to copy the users profile from the SAMBA drive to the local C drive.
> >> I.e. unable to copy \\UNIXhost\user\winntpro\Application
> >> Data\Microsoft\Internet
> >> Explorer\brndlog.txt to C:\Document and Settings\user\winntpro\Application
> >> Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\brndlog.txt.
> >> ACCESS DENIED.
> >> Thanks
> >> Andrew Watkins
> > We've had equal problems occasionally, they seem to
> > come up without any specific reason. I've traced the
> > reason to the local copy of the profile, located
> > at sth. like "C:\Documents and Settings\username" -
> > directory.
> > Check the permissions of the files and subdirectories,
> > Win2K seems to take away the user's access rights to
> > his/hers own local profile copy!
> > What I did was logon as Administrator, take ownership
> > of the directories under the profile, and delete them
> > all (they will be copied from Samba-server at next
> > logon, with correct permissions).
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