[Samba] srvtools : only able to assign primary group
o.rochefort at rematek.com
Wed Mar 16 17:09:28 GMT 2005
Hello to all. I'm testing Samba as a domain controller (I'm using
tdbsam). All is working perfectly so far, but I have an issue when using
srvtools to manage my users. I'm only able to assign the primary group
to an user account. All additionnal groups added to the "member of:"
section are ignored (I press OK and the srvtools don't complain or
anything, but when I come back to see groups assignment they are all
gone to the exception of the group that I have set as the primary group).
The only way that I have find to make an user member of more than one
group is to create additional group maps directly on the server with the
command net groupmap. For example :
- With srvtools I set the primary group for the user "Joe" to the group
"Sales department" (if I try to add any others groups they are simply
- On the server I execute the following command : net groupmap add
ntgroup="User joe" unixgroup=joe
- Now I go back to srvtools and I can effectively see the two assigned
groups in the "member of:" section
However, at this point a new problem arise with srvtools. If srvtools
see than an user is member of more than one group, then I'm no longer to
remove group(s) for this user (srvtools popup an "Access is denied"
error message when I'm validating the group removal).
Is that a known issue? Is me better to dump the use of srvtools (I have
to admit that I like to use srvtools to manage my users and groups).
PS - srvtools work perfectly to add and remove users and groups (I only
have a problem with the issue mentionned). I'm using Fedora Core 3 and
samba-3.0.10-1 (installed via yum). Thanks for any help.
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