[Samba] Secondary groups
ghstwrtr at evilgenius.net
Wed Oct 1 13:14:45 GMT 2003
I have backups of user home directories that I've shared out via samba
so that my non-linux level 1 guy can restore files using the
drag-n-drop. Problem is, all directories are owned by their respective
user and are set 700. In order for the admin users to access these
directories, I've set admin user=@SuperAdmins for the share in smb.conf.
The problem is, al the admin users have domain users as their primary
group, and superadmins as a secondary. Access to the homes folder fails
for all but user Administrator. If I switch my primary group to
SuperAdmins, I am allowed access. I would rather not run with
SuperAdmins as my primary group. How can I get Samba to see my list of
secondaries when determining access permission?
I am running Debian testing with the stable samba 3.0 packages from
samba.org. Authentication is through winbind feeding off an NT4 pdc.
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