[Samba] smbmount, winbind, win 2000 permissions

Marian Mlcoch, Ing mm at tsmp.sk
Thu Jun 26 05:21:04 GMT 2003

your idea is bad, best choice is create encrypted VPN or simply stunnel
connect from your external client to NAT router.
VPN NAT provide for ext.client internal IP adress and then client simply
connect to W2k or any enabled service on internal network with its permision
for login name and IP addr.

If you try create samba on NAT then your external conection is open for hack
and read passwords and data over trafic...


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ivan Gyurdiev" <ivg2 at cornell.edu>
To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 2:37 AM
Subject: [Samba] smbmount, winbind, win 2000 permissions

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> Is there a way to make smbmount retrieve win 2000 permission information
> mount the remote share with identical user, group, and permission access.
> I am already using winbind, which provides the windows users and groups on
> linux machine............
> The specific problem I attempting to solve is exporting a share from the
> windows machine on the internal network as a share on the linux NAT router
> (share of a share), while preserving the original permissions.
> The linux machine could be an active directory server if necessary (samba
> but the share in question HAS to stay on the windows machine, which has no
> external address.
> Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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