[Samba] SUQ: Share permissions

Sorisio,Chris ChrisSorisio at PeakTechnical.com
Thu Aug 1 14:07:02 GMT 2002

Well, I want anyone to be able to write to it, but I want it to also obey NT
I have my root share, /mnt/share/test

Anyone should be able to create a directory under /mnt/share/test via NT
Explorer.  However, they should also be able to lock that directory so that
only they can delete.  I've tried to do this, and while I can block someone
from accessing said folder, I cannot block them from deleting it.

-----Original Message-----
From: Konkol, Josh [mailto:JKonkol at guidemail.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 01, 2002 4:11 PM
To: 'Sorisio,Chris'; 'samba at lists.samba.org'
Subject: RE: [Samba] SUQ: Share permissions

If you don't want anyone to write to it then set root as the owner and chmod
it 644 or something similar.  
Let me know if you need anything else,

-----Original Message-----
From: Sorisio,Chris [mailto:ChrisSorisio at PeakTechnical.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 01, 2002 3:05 PM
To: 'samba at lists.samba.org'
Subject: [Samba] SUQ: Share permissions

After parsing through the various bits of available documentation, I'm
forced to bow before the group and ask the following Silly User Question:

While I can create and set NT ACLs on files/folder, anything in the root of
the share can be deleted by any user who has access to that share.  I've
munged something in my file permissions.  What /should/ the file permissions
for a root share directoy be set to, and who should own it - root, a created
'samba' user..?


        path = /mnt/share/backup 
        valid users = @"DEAD\Puppies" 
        read only = No 

What UNIX account should own /mnt/share/backup, and what should the UNIX
file permissions be set to? 



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