[Samba] Changing ACLs as administrator
e.lania at home.nl
Tue Jul 30 13:17:02 GMT 2002
----- Original Message -----
From: "Konkol, Josh" <JKonkol at guidemail.com>
To: "'Eddie Lania'" <e.lania at home.nl>; "Konkol, Josh"
<JKonkol at guidemail.com>
Cc: "Samba list" <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 9:47 PM
Subject: RE: [Samba] Changing ACLs as administrator
> I added my comments below.
> I don't understand why this is an issue. When would you want someone to
> create a file and not own it?
As Administrator, I want to create a new user folder in the [users] or
[profiles] share and set all the relevant acl and permissions so that he or
she can access/use it.
Another example, as Administrator I am going to copy some files and folders
from a complete differrent location (a workstation perhaps) to a users
directory in the [users] share and want to make sure that later on he/she
can access it.
> The sticky bit for users is for binary files so that any user that runs
> binary executes it as that owning user.
One thank you again.
> Only two people can change ACL's. The owner and root.
I tried that and when I am the owner of a directory, I can NOT set the
ownership to some other user if I want to.
Ship your Linux to me please?
> admin users has no affect on acl's.
> Due to the limitation of who can and can't modify ACL's I use a hidden
> for ACL administration. Search the archives here, I've posted my solution
> atleast 3 times.
I have read those now and I will try that solution.
Altough it is not a very "nice looking" solution in my opinion.
> Good Luck,
Thank you Josh.
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