[Samba] please help in samba 2.2.3a with permissions?

Joel Hammer Joel at HammersHome.com
Tue Jun 25 18:54:02 GMT 2002

Have you changed the permissions on the Solaris server directly?

On Tue, Jun 25, 2002 at 11:01:34AM -0400, Eli Kleinman wrote:
> Does anyone know if there is a way in samba to set real NTFS 
> permissions:
> I have setup samba 2.2.3a on a Solaris8 machine as a PDC, and 
> use Windows 2000 as the client. Each user has a home directory 
> (Drive H:), and a public directory (Drive P:). The way I would like to 
> setup the home directories is, that they should only have read & 
> write access, but no execute permission (that means if they click 
> on “*.bat” or “*.exe” nothing should happen, but they should be able 
> to create a new file). 
> I have compiled samba --with-acl-support, however when I right 
> click on any file to change permission on it, and check read, write, 
> and leave read & execute, modify, full control empty, I have the 
> following problem. I log in as that user, and when I click on a “*.bat” 
> or “*.exe”, the file will run even though the user doesn’t have 
> execute permission.
> Is there any other program or way to work this out with samba.
> Any help is greatly appreciated;
> Eli
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