[Samba] can't remove groups in AD
m.hauptmann at web.de
Tue Oct 30 16:03:24 GMT 2007
This problem is really annoying, I cannot use security groups but I need
to do that.
Please tell me if you need more information. I am using Samba since 2001
and never had that kind of trouble.
The system is an ubuntu 7.10 server with an amd64-kernel.
I am ready to offer any available information, including log (I do not
see error/failure/warning-messages when using log level 4) and any
Thank you in advance!
Martin Hauptmann schrieb:
> I set up a samba 3.0.26a as an ads-member of a windows 2003 Small
> Business Server.
> Every windows user in the domain can read and write their files,
> everyone's happy.
> My Problem is, that I cannot set up security groups in the AD. When I
> try, I do not get an error message, but my changes are being silently
> I cannot set rights exceeding read,write, execute and owner.
> E.g. I cannot remove the group 'everyone' from the file access list.
> When I do and confirm I do not get an error message, but when I review
> the settings, nothing has changed, 'everyone' is still in the list.
> It is the same when I try to set or unset full access to files - no
> error message, but no success.
> I tried different settings concerning heritage, but that did not help.
> There are some other postings in the mailing list that sound quite
> similar, related to versions >3.0.25. Maybe there is a bug in these
> My smb.conf: http://www.pastebin.ca/753491
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