[Samba] SAMBA Server and Domain Mismatch Problem
eroseme at emonster.rose.hp.com
Tue Sep 7 21:38:13 GMT 2004
1. If you want to use HP CIFS server with POSIX ACLs, then you will
need JFS 3.3 or later with file system layout 4 for your shared directories.
2. On CIFS 2.2.X when you try to add a domain user to the ACL it will
not work, because you are trying to add a Windows SID to a POSIX file
descriptor. That will not work. Your users must add hostname\username
because that is a UID that *can* be added to the POSIX file descriptor.
This is all explained in "HP CIFS Server Administrator's Guide":
Go to page 59 for NT clients, 68 for 2000/XP clients. The instructions
are pretty good.
The symptom that you are seeing is the same for attempting to add an SID
to the POSIC ACL, or for adding a UID to a filesystem that does not
Emil P. Henry wrote:
> We are running SAMBA 2.2.8a from HP (CIFS) on a HP-UX (11i)
> server. It is running great and all that. The only issue is that the
> users would like to be able to share there shares to other users that
> they specify through the Windows clients. The problem is that when they
> look at properties they see the hostname\username under the Group or
> user name - which is themselves. When we try to do the domain\username
> it accepts it as valid, but disappears when we try to apply.
> Please advice.
> Thanks in advance.
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