[Samba] Update -- Username to SID translation on Security Tab
James S. Martin
james.martin at digex.com
Tue Aug 13 05:19:01 GMT 2002
The strange thing is that I am running winbind. The samba server
belongs to a Windows 2000 domain.
Buchan Milne wrote:
> This is due to samba not correclty looking up SIDs of the domain. I see
> the same on a samba member server of a samba domain.
> At least in your situation you can fix it, by running winbind, whereas I
> have no recourse, except possible to make all member servers use LDAP
> and security=user .... who knows.
>> Message: 17
>> Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2002 11:47:38 -0400
>> From: "James S. Martin" <james.martin at digex.com>
>> To: samba at lists.samba.org
>> Subject: [Samba] Update -- Username to SID translation on Security Tab
>> Below is a message I sent out on Friday.. I've noticed something even
>> stranger now-- if I attempt to remove the SID from the permissions
>> window and hit "Apply" it dissappears for a moment and comes right
>> back. Also, If I remove it, then manually add myself to the
>> permissions file, it shows up fine, but after I hit Apply, it goes
>> back to the SID. So I have two problems here, the Samba server
>> doesn't seem to be translating the SID to domain username(but doesn't
>> have a problem with the groups), and it also is not letting me change
>> the permissions on a file which I own. Any ideas?
>> I'm running Samba/Winbind 2.2.5. I have the box joined into my NT
>> Domain and everything is peachy. I copied a file from my Windows box
>> to the Samba and then clicked on properties and checked the
>> permissions. First off, it took a while to retrieve the permissions,
>> secondly the last name on the list was something like
>> S1-2343-23423232-81238912389, which I believe is a SID. Now I logged
>> onto the box with a domain account that the Samba server belongs to.
>> Why isn't the permission list for that file mapping to the username of
>> the account I logged in as? Why is it using the SID?
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