[Samba] Adding local group -> Access denied
wesser at gmx.com
Tue Apr 26 13:21:13 GMT 2005
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I tried it on the console and got a:
"/usr/sbin/smbldap-groupadd: unknown group type 4"
Well, I searched through the perl scripts, but sorry- as a
non-programmer I cannot find anything.
I set the log level to "3", but the outputs in the logfile seems to me okay.
Maybe I made errors when using the smbldap-groupadd command:
'smbldap-groupadd -a -g 1038 -t 2 abakus'
Unfortunately, I couldn't find an example how to use the command exactly.
Paul Gienger wrote:
|> short question: I try to add a local group via the NT-Usermanager
|> ("usrmgr.exe"), but everytime I get a "Access denied". Adding a global
|> group works. I'm logged on as "Administrator". I'm running Samba 3.0.14a
|> on Debian Sarge (testing) with the smbldap-tools (v0.8.8).
|> What could I have done wrong?
| Well, what have you tried to debug this?
| What is the output from running the add group script from the command
| line? Do you have other groupmaps working just fine?
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