[Samba] Samba and Active Directory Permissions RESOLUTION

John Petro jxpsys at rit.edu
Fri Mar 19 19:58:51 GMT 2004

  Thanks for the responses.  There were two things I had to do to get
this to work.  The first thing was I had to change the readonly
attribute in the smb.conf to NO.  I also noticed that there was an error
in my /etc/fstab so that the options were not read in for some reason.
Once I fixed this and re-mounted the filesystem with the ACL option, I
was able to do what I needed to do.  Thanks again for all your


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Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2004 12:13 PM
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Subject: [Samba] Samba and Active Directory Permissions


  I am currently running Samba 3.0.2a on a RHEL3 server.  I would like
to use the extended file systems permissions through windows, but I
haven't had much luck.  Here is how I am set up....


My linux box is joined to my AD domain and appears to be functioning
correctly.  I also have winbind set up, and functioning, although I
still have some tweaking to do, it is assigning user and group ids as I
would expect it to.  I can create a share ok via Samba or active
directory users and computers with out a problem.  However, once I
create this share, and I mount it on a windows client, I can't do
anything as far as  setting or deligating permissions.  When I look at
the folder properties, it says the folder it owned by root on my linux
server.  It will not let me change the ownership to any other user.  I
get a error that says something to the effect that I don't have the
rights to change the permissions.  


Has anyone had this issue, and do you know what I can do to get around
this.  I really don't want to go to a windows platform for my





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