[Samba] managing permissions from windows (is it possible?)

Pramod Venugopal pramod at dvnull.org
Mon Jun 4 19:11:14 GMT 2007

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Well this is how I have my setup:

I installed Samba/LDAP after following the idealx guide.

My user is a member of Domain Admins and in the smb.conf I have the

admin users = @"Domain Admins"
winbind use default domain = yes
nt acl support = yes

- - Pramod

John Drescher wrote:
>> If you have ACL support for the filesystem, and Samba has been
>> compiled with ACL support then yes. I have Samba 3.0.23c running on
>> Centos, ext3 filesystem mounted with ACL support and I can do this
>> from the Shares Section in the Computer Management MMC.
> I did not know I could do that. Thanks for the info.
> I have that problem and a second related problem. With the MMC or the
> properties dialog the groups that are displayed are only Admistrators
> (SERVER\Administrators), Everyone, and Users(SERVER\Administrators)
> for all
> shares even if in Unix the group is set to HonestBrokers which is a
> valid
> windows and unix group. Also like the original poster all the
> permissions
> boxes are unchecked no matter what their real values are. I am using
> a samba
> 3.0.24 PDC with LDAP. Also the windows groups and the linux groups
> are the
> same thing. Will enabling ACL get the groups in these windows
> property boxes
> to be the ones seen in linux? Or do I need to use winbind?
> Thanks,
> John

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Pramod Venugopal
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