[Samba] Problem with Defaulting Groups and AD
roamdad at sonic.net
Fri Sep 7 00:34:48 GMT 2007
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Thompson, Jimi wrote:
> I'm really frustrated with SAMBA. All I want to do is have my users
I'd like to point out here that you're really frustrated with the
default group assigned by Windows Active Directory
> authenticate using the domain controller, keep them restricted to their
> own individual folder and disk quota, and have them back up their
> The weird group membership that SAMBA is defaulting is pretty much
> screwing the pooch for me. Trying to over ride the SAMBA default group
"domain users" is not a "weird group". It is the default group assigned
by every Windows Active Directory everywhere.
> membership to set it to what I know it needs to be in order for the Unix
> file permissions to work isn't "pointless". It's hard to back up to a
Gerry didn't say your goal was pointless, he said your configuration
parameter as stated was pointless.
> server that doesn't think you have write permissions.
> If you can tell me what I need to do to make it work, I'd be quite
Consult the documentation and add a mapping for "domain users" to an
actual group that would have write permission. Try force group = <an
actual group the users belong to>
> Ms. Jimi Thompson, CISSP
> Manager of Web Operations
> SMU Cox School of Business
CISSP - Certified Information Systems Security Professional
I'll control myself.
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