[Samba] setting acls from win XP clients
jesse at oceanlodge.biz
Fri Jan 13 18:57:33 GMT 2006
Maybe. Has far as I know -- weither using Samba as PDC, using NT4 or ADS
domains, it happens. So either it's a bug that will never, ever go away
cause of MS not fixing it.
Besides, I was not talking about Samba, but more towards Windows and the way
windows work. Again, somehow I doubt this is an actuall "bug" according to
windows. Besides, how many other things does windows do backwards and
doesn't care about the rest of the world?
From: Gerald (Jerry) Carter [mailto:jerry at samba.org]
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2006 1:33 PM
To: Jesse Spangenberger
Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] setting acls from win XP clients
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Jesse Spangenberger wrote:
> Actually, this is not a bug but a security measure I do believe.
> Win2k and WinXP will not connect to the same server multiple time
> using different user logon information (actually, sorta pointless if
> you set up permissions right). Thus, if John Doe is logged in and
> Jane wants to reach personal information in her home drive, then A)
> John Doe has to log out or B) disconnect all drives to the server with
> the home shares on them, then map her drive.
No. It's not security. It's a bug. The SMB protocol can fully multiplex
different sessions over the same CIFS session.
Look at Windows TSE. The broken windows behavior does nothing
to enhance security.
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