[Samba] cifs reading Samba mounted share...permissions error
max at assuredata.com
Mon Sep 18 15:34:14 GMT 2006
I have a Samba 3.0.23a-1.fc5.1 configured on a Fedora 5 server. It's
joined to an Active Directory 2003 domain controller using Winbind, etc.
I'm able to connect from various workstations using active directory
user accounts/credentials just fine to shares on this server,
permissions work, and all is well. I'm guessing this is set up
However, from another Fedora 5 server, using cifs, I can mount shares on
this server, and can list directories/files, but when I try to read or
write any files, I can a permission denied error.
So to summarize, if I go to an XP workstation in which I'm logged in as
domain administrator, go to run and type:
I can see files, read files and write to files as domain\administrator
has full access to these files/directories.
However, if from another Fedora 5 server, I mount the share using:
mount -rw -t cifs -o user=domain\\administrator,pass=password
I can list files, but when trying to do a cat on any file, I get:
cat: /share/FEDORASERVER/SHARENAME/test.txt: Permission denied
Can someone help with this issue? Shouldn't I be able to read/write from
either source exactly the same?
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