[Samba] Re: Strange Usermapping problem with 3.0.23b
David.Shapiro at bcbsnc.com
Wed Aug 23 19:56:35 GMT 2006
What can we do if we have the 18.104.22.168c version already as far as the patch goes?
Unix Team Lead
>>> "Gerald (Jerry) Carter" <jerry at samba.org> 8/23/2006 3:10 PM >>>
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Matthias Schündehütte wrote:
> Hi Jerry,
> On 2006-08-21 23:09:05 +0200, "Gerald (Jerry) Carter" <jerry at samba.org>
>> Does your username map use a ! to stop the parsing.
>> See the man page for details.
> Sure! Your question made me uncertain since this could be a typical
> mistake for quick 'n dirty test setups, but I rechecked today: The
> exclamation marks are all there.
> I found today another problem: Samba denied a usermapping with the
> message that a domaingroup with the same name exists... nice to know but
> who cares? If I want to access local unix files with the account 'foo',
> what does it matter if there is a windows domain group 'foo'?
> I downgraded my production server to 3.0.22 today, but I have now a
> complete identical testserver (same os, same net, same hardware) to
> track down this misbehaviour.
In that case, would you test this patch against 3.0.23b?
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