[Samba] Making Share Visible To Particular Users Only
craigwhite at azapple.com
Fri Mar 17 05:48:22 GMT 2006
Let's keep this on list please.
A logon script is a script so yes, it could be done that way.
A share that isn't browseable is still there, it just doesn't show up in
a network browser. You can still connect to it, access privileges
permitting. Similar to ADMIN$ or C$ from a Windows 'server'
On Fri, 2006-03-17 at 02:42 -0300, Guillermo Dalla Vecchia wrote:
> Could it be done with the logon scripts option?? I think this works
> with windows clients. For Linux clients could it be done setting up
> correctly fstab (to mount the share at boot time)?? the shares require
> username and password though...
> On 3/16/06, Craig White <craigwhite at azapple.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-03-16 at 23:19 -0300, Guillermo Dalla Vecchia
> > Dear Friends,
> > Is It Possible to Make a *Share* Visible to a List of Users
> *Only* ?
> > e.g. If have shares Likes Account, Sales, Support
> > Then I would Like make respective *share* visible
> > *only* to persons in respective dept.
> > Thanks and Best Regards.
> not that I know of but you can set browsable to off (less
> and have those users mount the share by a script or
> individually set by
> 'reconnect at logon' and of course you can control read and
> write access
> within each share.
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