[Samba] Re: AD on 2003R2 NT_STATUS_NO_SUCH_USER

Matt Anderson sokkerstud_11 at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 11 21:17:06 GMT 2008

> Which leads me to my next question -- after making the change to the primary
> group, I was able to authenticate successfully against the "testing" share as
> user TEST+test01 from my Windows XP box... however, with an examination of the
> file system, I determined that any files I created in this samba session end up
> having root permissions assigned to them (instead of test01).  For example:
> -rwxr--r--    1 root     staff             0 Aug 11 13:28 deleteme.txt
> -rwxr--r--    1 root     staff             0 Aug 11 13:28 test1234.txt
> The group "staff" is correct, since that is gidNumber 1, however, the owner
> should be test01 instead of root.  What am I doing wrong?

I solved the issue regarding writing as root -- I didn't realize that I had the
admin users property set on that share (or what it did exactly).  However, I'm
still curious about the LDAP attributes, so if anyone has any insight, I'd
really appreciate it.


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