[Samba] Permission problems writing to Share from SQL Agent
neil at JAMMConsulting.com
Wed Mar 23 21:17:32 GMT 2005
I forgot to say that the Windows 2003 server is not running
a domain, it is using the WORKGROUP workgroup.
Neil Aggarwal, JAMM Consulting, (972)612-6056, www.JAMMConsulting.com
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> Subject: [Samba] Permission problems writing to Share from SQL Agent
> I have a client that is using MS SQL Server in a Windows 2003
> They have a Linux machine (Fedora Core 3) that is acting as a file
> server using Samba.
> We want to write backups from the SQL Agent for SQL Server to
> one of the shares on the Samba server.
> If I set the share to allow guest access, the SQL Agent
> can write the backups just fine using \\Shares\SQLBackups\pubs.bak
> but, if I require a user name and password, it gives me
> permission denied (Which I expect because I don't know how
> to give it the user name and password to use).
> I tried setting SQL Agent to use the Administrator account
> and then mounted the share to Y: using the user name and
> password I assigned, but when I try backing up to Y:,
> I get that it could not find y:\pubs.bak
> Has anyone set up SQL Agent to write to a Samba share
> before? Where/how do I give it the user name and password
> to use?
> Neil Aggarwal, JAMM Consulting, (972)612-6056, www.JAMMConsulting.com
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