[Samba] Active Directory Integration Problems
darmstrong at moca.org
Thu Jul 9 18:01:53 MDT 2009
Thanks for the replies. I have modified the share portion of my
smb.conf file as shown below. Still no luck.
path = /home/2CP/darmstrong
browseable = yes
read only = yes
inherit permissions = yes
valid users = "2CP\darmstrong","buexec","test",itadmin
write list = "2CP\darmstrong","buexec","test",itadmin
read list =
When modifying file permissions for shares on Windows servers, I have to
log out and log back on again before the workstation recognizes them.
Does the same go for Samba shares?
From: Gary Greene [mailto:ggreene at minervanetworks.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 09, 2009 2:38 PM
To: gregorcy; David Armstrong
Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] Active Directory Integration Problems
On 7/9/09 2:20 PM, "gregorcy" <brian.gregorcy at utah.edu> wrote:
>> path = /home/2CP/darmstrong
>> valid users = 2CP\darmstrong,2CP\buexec,2CP\test,itadmin
>> write list = 2CP\darmstrong,2CP\buexec,2CP\test,itadmin
>> read list =
> Try setting up your share like this, I am not sure that you need the
> except of groups with spaces in them.
>> comment = CHE Faculty Share
>> path = /home/CHE-shares/faculty
>> browseable = yes
>> read only = yes
>> inherit permissions = yes
>> write list = @"CHEMENG+Domain Admins",
>> valid users = @"CHEMENG+Domain Admins",
>> admin users = @"CHEMENG+Domain Admins"
The domain portion of the user isn't needed if you have 'winbind use
domain = true' in your config. The quotes are however required since
and the NSS stack on Linux cannot (or at least not from my experience)
Gary L. Greene, Jr.
Minerva Networks, Inc.
Cell: (650) 704-6633
Phone: (408) 240-1239
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