[Samba] Where are Windows file permissions stored and how to
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Tue Jan 11 14:22:07 GMT 2005
Florian Effenberger wrote:
>> Have you tried cp -a (it saves owner and standard permissions, not
>> sure about acls though)
> no, have not tried that, but I have to change Unix permissions to the
> new user nontheless. Somewhere in the profile, maybe in the .DAT file
> itself, Windows stores the users SID, taht seems to be the problem.
If you have your drive mounted with acls, the owner is stored with the
file, and samba will translate this. I have been able to chown files
like so: chown DOMAIN+user file and it works. getfacl <filename> should
list the owner and group, as well as any ACLs
Hope that helps.
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