SV: [Samba] Samba 3.0.3 and NTBackup in WinXP
sparhawk at beyond.nu
Fri May 21 09:07:49 GMT 2004
Hi all, and myself. =)
I just figured I write a response to myself and others that might have the
This problem was resolved by applying a patch for a bug in a path-check code
Resulted in Macromedia Homesite not working with samba shares, seems that
And Ntbackup uses it's own routines for accessing shares.
This problem was resolved in bugID 1345.
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> Mattias Larsson
> Skickat: den 14 maj 2004 16:41
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> Ämne: [Samba] Samba 3.0.3 and NTBackup in WinXP
> We are having a really strange problem and I have been
> searching the net all day for a answer.
> We are trying to restore files from NTBackup to a Samba share
> using alternate pathing in ntbackup.
> The samba machine is a Solaris 8 machine with Samba 3.0.3
> beeing a member of out AD domain.
> We map the samba share to Y:\ on the XP machine using a named
> account in AD, with a local counterpart in the Solaris machine.
> When accessing this share through explorer.exe we can browse
> the share and create files and dirrs without problem, when
> trying to access it in ntbackup though we get access denied
> right away.
> If I look at the log.smbd it doesn't even reflect this
> attempt to restore files.
> We were using Samba 2.2.8 before but upgraded to be able to
> support our new AD-users and it work without a problem in
> samba 2.2.8 but not in samba 3.0.3.
> Does anyone know what kind of problem this can be? We have
> the same configuration for the share in smb.conf as before.
> browseable = yes
> hosts allow = .lm.se .intra.local
> path = /prearken
> valid users = djvukop
> writeable = yes
> // Mattias Larsson
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