[Samba] wrong permissions on windows
novosirj at umdnj.edu
Thu Jan 17 08:29:45 GMT 2008
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Stefan Onken wrote:
> I recently moved a samba fileserver and PDC to a new server. Since
> then, all Windows Users have very limited permissions, not allowing
> changing even the time settings. Before moving the server, each
> windows user had the same rights as a "Standard User" or "Main
> User" (not sure about the english term, using a German windows. In
> German its called "Hauptbenutzer"). So, how do I change it back
> that all users have standard permissions again ?
> We also installed a W2003 Server in the network, but NOT working as
> a domain controller, we just needed a MS SQL Server. I hope that
> this server did not interfere somehow.
> Samba Config:
> master ~ # net groupmap list
> Domain Admins (S-1-5-21-4263839513-3419836531-2732121395-512) ->
> Domain Guests (S-1-5-21-4263839513-3419836531-2732121395-514) ->
> Domain Users (S-1-5-21-4263839513-3419836531-2732121395-513) ->
> All Users I am talking about are in the Linux Groups "users".
> Any ideas ?
A time change by default in Windows requires a user to be in the "Power
Users" group. There is a group with normal access BELOW that level
(whose name escapes me) that users end up in unless something special is
Not sure if or how that helps you, but that's what I know.
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