[Samba] Can't see or change ACLs on Windows
fajarpri at cbn.net.id
Fri Oct 19 10:58:56 GMT 2007
On Thursday 18 October 2007 03:29:59 Eric Diven wrote:
> I have samba server joined to a domain that I'm trying to use ads
> security and acls on. I can set acls on the Unix file system, and
> access from a windows client seems to honor them. I can't view the acls
> under the security tab, all I see are the standard Unix permissions
> instead. If I try to add an entry to the acl, I get an access denied
> error, even if the user is on the list of admin users. Samba version is
> 3.0.24, OS is Solars 10. Winbind works smoothly, I can set an entry in
> an ACL to a domain user or group using setfacl on the unix side, and I
> see it correctly with getfacl. Any ideas please?
Isn't it normal that Windows cannot see Unix ACL? As far as I know, since it
cannot see it, it will then just translate the ACL into a more general ones.
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