[Samba] Re: access to samba dir's without acl's

ipguy ipguy at optushome.com.au
Mon May 12 08:52:50 GMT 2003

anyone have any suggestions ?

"ipguy" <ipguy at optushome.com.au> wrote in message
news:b9hhue$mpj$1 at main.gmane.org...
> hi all
> I have a stupid newbie question...
> but some background first.
> I compiled samba "--with-utmp --with-msdfs --with-winbind" as a domain
> member server to migrate our file server from NT
> the samba server was joined to the domain
> winbind is working as expected, authenticating users via the PDC (NT4)
> I have created some folders on the Linux filesystem with "chmod 777"
> the domain users can transparently log into the samber server and access
> dir's/files
> so here is my question....
> how do I manipulate the samba filesystem to insure that only some users
> access to dir's while others do NOT.
> example.... I have a list on "domain admins" that I want to allow access
> particular dir on the samba filesystem
> how do I insure that only the "domain admins" are allowed in ?
> I understand that I need to change group perms for the dir in question but
> is there a tool that allows me to do this quickly ?
> please keep in mind that I do not have ACL support.
> -ipguy
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