[Samba] Standard procedure for changing smb.conf
bob at assuredcomp.com
Fri Mar 26 20:23:22 GMT 2004
Sometimes you need to reboot the workstation to flush it's cached data.
Tom Dickson (tdickson at inostor.com) wrote:
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> What is the standard procedure for making edits of smb.conf take hold?
> For example, what I'm seeing is a share that has given R/W access to a
> user named Tom, when I change Tom to read only, he is still able to
> write to that share until I stop Samba and restart it.
> The documentation seems to refer to a 1 minute reread of smb.conf, but I
> don't seem to see that taking hold.
> Thank you!
> - -Tom
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