[Samba] Sharing Printer - Insufficient rights?
tobias.geiger at vido.info
Tue Feb 1 16:40:25 GMT 2005
Hello Samba List,
i have problems sharing, or better connecting to a printer shared via samba
- W2K ADS Domain - which auth's the users
- WXP Client, which log's in via the W2K-ADS (and auth's of course)
- Samba (Linux) ADS-Member, which shares Printer and $HOME
- winbind to get AUTH-Info from the W2K ADS Controller
Everything seems to work perfect: the samba client see's the
domain-users/groups and (after tweaking with "root preexec") creates and
shares the $HOME's for the non-local-domain-users (btw: winbind doesn't
create the $HOME itself, i had to use the "root preexec" feature, which is
suboptimal because old user's $HOME won't get deleted; but thats a minor
- as soon as i want to connect the samba-shared-printer from the WXP Client,
i get a "You don't have the sufficient Rights..." Message.
Strange thing is, if i share a printer from another WXP Client Domain-Member,
i don't get this error...
I can't see the difference between a Samba-ADS Member and a WinXP ADS Member
sharing a printer...
FYI: If i add the Domain-User to the "Domain-Admin Group", everything works
perfect (but of course i don't want to do that ;)
I also tried samba-3.0.11 because of the addes "PrintOperatorPrivilege", but
it didn't help...
the log (log level =10) is available here:
Thanks very much in advance for any hints
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