[Samba] "CREATOR OWNER" with samba
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Tue Jun 7 17:25:42 GMT 2005
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Joris De Pooter wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just saw that my users don't have the right to manage their own
> printing job (pausing, deleting...) . I saw that a "CREATOR OWNER"
> token seems to do this job, but i'm not sure how I can implement
> it with my Samba box.
> Because "CREATOR OWNER" doesn't seem to be a regular NT4 group.
> Has somebody any advice with it ?
The current print security checks for removing jobs is based
on matching the requesting client's user name against the
owner of the job (sort of a built in creator owner) and
then falling back to the manage documents permission in
the security descriptor. Pausing a job requires interaction
with the underlying print system. To you have an lppause
command defined in smb.conf?
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