[Samba] Questions about smb_mount
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Tue Mar 16 16:19:25 GMT 2004
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From: Olle Hansson [mailto:Olle.Hansson at meb.ki.se]
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2004 11:09 AM
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: [Samba] Questions about smb_mount
Hello samba list.
We have a Windows 2003 Server with a share called users where Windows
users store there files (H:) :)
We have a several FreeBSD and MacOS X based Computers here.
It have wold be very nice to have same home directory for both windows
and Unix. so /home/tomten wold be tomtens home directory (:H) in
When Im running smb_mount command, it asks me for a password for a
specific user I have specified in the smb_mount command.
And when Im mounting the windows share as this user, I can see all
users home directories with wrong permissions becaus I gave the user
name and password when Im mounted the smb share.
So my question is.
Is there a way to set up this? So every user account have right
permissions to the home directory?
Have anyone done this? And is it a HOWTO somewhere out there?
I know there is a SFU 3.5 for windows out there, but it wold be very
nice to use Samba and maybe kerberos that is already there.
/regards Olle Hansosn
Olle Hansson. System Administrator
Dept. of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Nobels Väg 12A
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