[Samba] copy old profile - samba pdc - access denied
awilliam at mdah.state.ms.us
Wed Dec 3 23:38:16 GMT 2003
I had a problem similar to this when I moved samba over from solaris to
linux. I was never able to fix the problem and had to disable roaming
profiles on about 50 computers.
>migrating a group of workstations to a Samba PDC-based domain. Machines
>join to domain fine, but when I try to copy the existing local profiles to
>the roaming profiles, I get a "Failed to set security on destination
>profile" - Access is denied"
>I have added the domain user to the local machine as an administrator.
>When attempting to do the copy, I am logged into the samba domain as root.
>When I do the copy, I'm doing the following on Windows XP:
>Control Panel/System - Advanced - User Profiles -
>I select the old profile - which was local only (machine wasn't previously
>in another domain). I select Copy To, then browse to select the local
>documents and settings folder for the Samba domain user.
>Under "permitted to use" - I select the Samba domain as the location. I
>enter the user's name, then check name, and the user name is returned
>without error in the form of DOMAIN/user.
>However, when I attempt to do the copy, I get the error: "Failed to set
>security on destination profile" - Access is denied"
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