[Samba] limitation in the homes share
mike at powys-training.co.uk
Wed Mar 31 13:13:23 GMT 2004
Ah, this is something I needed to set up on my system. I created another
share "Private" which is /home and allowed access to myself and one other
staff member so we can inspect user's directories and also backup the entire
/home directory and all subdirectories.
Here's the section from my smb.conf
comment = Access for Backup of *Central Server*
path = /home
admin users = mike, ray
browseable = No
Hope that helps.
----- Original Message -----
From: <pgs at synerway.com>
To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 1:48 PM
Subject: [Samba] limitation in the homes share
> Hello all,
> I'm trying to install Samba in the most convenient way for a
> file-server. This means that I have
> to use the homes share to avoid having to execute a script on the
> samba server each time a user is created on the domain.
> The problem with the homes share is that it creates on-the-fly the
> share of each user that connects to Samba, so a user cannot acess the
> shares of the others. The only problem it brings is that there cannot
> be an administrator who can access the shares of all users with Samba.
> Is there a way to give to the administrator the possibility to access
> the shares of all users with Samba?
> Thank you in advance
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