[Samba] Change print job priority
secon_kun at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 7 17:58:24 GMT 2007
The printer_admins group does not exist by default (unless you created it
and assigned it the proper rights via net groupmap). CUPS sets the default
administration group to be sys. If you change that group, you have to make
sure that it exists via winbindd or /etc/password. I've found that you have
to do a groupmap for Domain Admins to root. I forget the syntax of the
command, but it's in the samba3 howto. Are you using the cups-samba drivers
for your clients or are you using the vendor drivers on the client side? It
may be an incompatibility issue.
>From: Martin Werthmoeller <mw at lw-systems.de>
>To: samba at lists.samba.org
>Subject: Re: [Samba] Change print job priority
>Date: Sat, 7 Jul 2007 15:06:47 +0200
>Am Sat, 07 Jul 2007 um 05:22 GMT -0700 schrieb Necos Secon:
> > I believe the problem is that only users in the sys group can modify job
> > priorities.
> > So, this includes root. If your user is not part of an admin
> > group (done with net groupmap or using /etc/group), then I suspect that
> > you will get access denied errors. All members of "Domain Admins" have
> > this right, as they are directly mapped to root.
>On samba or do you mean the cups default?
>On cups, the cupsd.conf directive is set to the group "printer_admins".
>The user I used for the operation was a member of this group. On samba,
>the "printer admin" directive was set to
> printer admin = @"domain admins", @printer_admins, administrator
>LWsystems - IT-Service and Consulting
>mw at lw-systems.de * http://www.lw-systems.de
>To unsubscribe from this list go to the following URL and read the
Need a brain boost? Recharge with a stimulating game. Play now!
More information about the samba