[Samba] printer drivers from windows 7 MMC?
dale at briannassaladdressing.com
dale at briannassaladdressing.com
Fri Dec 24 14:02:47 MST 2010
From: Christ Schlacta lists at aarcane.org
Date: Fri, 24 Dec 2010 14:10:38 -0600
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] printer drivers from windows 7 MMC?
> I didn't figure out how to add that permission. is there a guide
> somewhere that lists all relevant permissions and how to set them?
I believe this is what you're looking for:
> turns out that a big part of the problem was related to changing the
> samba host SID. that raises an interresting question which I'll ask
> a separate post.
> I still had to map drivers to printers using the command line, but
> than that, it worked excellently to load drivers.
> the process to map drivers is this easy:
> rpcclient -c enumprinters printserver
> rpcclient -c enumdrivers printserver
> sudo rpcclient -c 'setdriver "" density
> but because of the permission problem above I had to run the last as
> root, which meant adding a password and re-enabling samba root
> On 12/24/2010 08:20, Ryan Novosielski wrote:
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> > On 12/24/2010 03:32 AM, Christ Schlacta wrote:
> >> I found a fancy, easy (seeming) way to add printer drivers in
> >> since the old methods don't seem to work anymore.
> >> if you run mmc, you can add a snapin called print management,
> >> enables you to manage various things (drivers, forms, ports, and
> >> printers to be most important). Problem is, I can't figure out
> >> use the"Drivers" method to add drivers. I get a "Failed to add
> >> Access is denied" error, can I can't figure fromwhere this error
> >> be issued. my laptop is ikari, so I tried to less
> >> /var/log/samba/log.ikari, but there were no errors relating to
> >> permission being denied.. my user is a member of the samba group
> >> "lpadmin", and the share has "write list = @lpadmin" and the
> >> it points to is chmod g+s and chgrp -R lpadmin. far as I can
tell I can
> >> write to this directory and there's no reason I shan't be able to
> >> accomplish this except the mysterious access denied error.
> >> I tried adding the (Apparently deprecated) printer admin =
> >> option to the printer and print$ shares, but it didn't help.
> >>removing it. my google-fu couldn't find the replacement
> >> so the question is.. what do I need to do? is windows 7
> >> doing this, or do I just need to somehow add the missing magic
> >> permission somewhere?
> >> PS: This isn't a member of a domain, it's not currently related
> >> other domain issues, though the server will eventually be in the
> >> completed domain)
> > I could be on the wrong track here, but could the
> > SePrintOperatorPrivilege that's set with the "net" command have
> > to do with this (and if not that specific privilege, one of the
> > that is in the same set). That's been the right way to delegate
> > permissions to a printer admin for some time, even before Windows
> > If that's all it is,thanks for the neat trick!
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