[Samba] Re: How to create a write-only share?

Ash Gosh gosha.asha at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 09:43:33 GMT 2008

On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 12:29 PM, Jason Haar <Jason.Haar at trimble.co.nz>

> Real easy. We did it to create a "quarantine share" for Windows AV agents
> to move viruses to. The share is world-writable - but not readable by anyone
> You simply create a share and set the following smb.conf settings
> [sharename]
>  path = /dir
>  read only = No
>       create mask = 0333
>       directory mask = 0333
>       guest ok = Yes
> Then if the actual directory is 1777, then anyone can write to it. Of
> course you can always fiddle with those perms to suit...
Hello Jason,

Thanks for the answer but in this case anyone can look into the folder and
see the file list. Sometimes even a filenames could be the secret. So this
is not helps us.


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