[Samba] Profiles XP and Service Pack 1
WasteBin at gmx.ch
Tue Sep 10 14:42:00 GMT 2002
Hi Trevor, Hi list
the registry patch did not have an influence - neither did changing the
ownership from root to a domain admin. Perhaps sombodey can help me with the
comment in the Win2kSP2 readme - Why is "NT ACL support = no" not
when winbind is used to create users? And again, any further feedback is
>The problem seems to be that the "NT ACL SUPPORT = no" option is not
>anymore by XP after upgrade to service pack one. We, however, depend on
>option to get the profile shares working (because we do not use winbind to
> We will try whether the registry patch make a difference, and I will let
>> Two things come to mind. Try re-apply the XP sign or seal patch, and
>> the relevant entries in /etc/passwd & shadow, /etc/samba/smbpasswd and
>> rejoin the domain. See e-mail from me with subject:
>> Re:[Samba] Joining domain XP
>> It explains an easy approach to automate joining the domain.
>> Chow, Trevor.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Hans Wurst" <WasteBin at gmx.ch>
>> To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
>> Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2002 1:00 PM
>> Subject: [Samba] Profiles XP and Service Pack 1
>> > Hi List,
>> > we have a 130+ PC network running windows XP on the clients, with
>> > and
>> > samba servers (SuSE 7.3 distribution rpm for samba 2.2.3 and SuSE 8.0
>> > selfcompiled samba 2.2.5).
>> > The windows servers just authenticate the users, and provide some
>> > services (Terminal Server and some special software packages). Print-
>> > File-
>> > services are provided by the samba servers.
>> > We use roaming profiles that are stored on the samba servers. Up to now
>> > did
>> > not have any problems with that - at least after I found out that you
> >> disable
> >> NT ACL support on the profile shares.
> >> Now we installed XP service pack 1 on one client - and the client can
> >> access
> >> the profile anymore. It complains about not owning the share or not
> >> member of the Administrator group (even though we tried with an domain
> >> account).
> >> Has anybody an idea whether this problem can be solved with the current
> >> samba
> >> version (and how)? Or has anybody made the same / different
> > Thanks for your help
> >> HW
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