[Samba] groupmap on member server
Tim Jordan, Network Services
timothy_jordan at labor.state.ak.us
Tue Oct 28 21:16:18 GMT 2003
I'm not an expert please correct me if I'm wrong.
With my shares I gave the unix group in question "itms_office" group
ownership. So it looks like this:
drwxrwxrwx root itms_office 4096 Oct28 14:46 test
One thing to note is that my shares are not sub-directories like your
are - so you may have to have the directories above "test" with the
proper unix permissions.
My current problem is that the groups I have groupmapped seem to work,
but I can't specify and valid domain user account and have it just let
that user in the share....just can't seem to get it to work!
Give it a try and please let me know.
Dean Knape wrote:
> drwxrwxrwx 2 root root 4096 Oct 28 14:46 test
> Tim Jordan, Network Services wrote:
>> How are your unix permissions set?
>> Dean Knape wrote:
>>> My setup is a multimaster win2k domain with full trusts
>>> established. My samba server has joined one of the master domains
>>> as a member server. smb.conf has encrypted passwords enabled and
>>> security=domain and running on Samba Version 3.0.1pre1 on Linux
>>> Groupmap seems not to work as I was expecting it to. I am trying to
>>> map the local unix group "itms_office" to domain group "itms
>>> office" using:
>>> net groupmap add ntgroup="itms office" unixgroup=itms_office type=d
>>> /etc/group contains the following line for itms_office:
>>> The share is setup as follows:
>>> comment = test share
>>> path = /export/data/test
>>> valid users = @itms_office @staff
>>> writable = yes
>>> printable = no
>>> Am I missing something?
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