[Samba] concurrent ms access usage does not work with 3.4.3

Andreas Moroder andreas.moroder at sb-brixen.it
Thu Jan 14 04:40:44 MST 2010

> It sounds like the users no longer have the appropriate permissions to 
> create/modify the appropriate temporary files.
> My guess is that when you upgraded to 3.4.3 you enabled more 
> fine-grained ACL support.
> What OS and file system?  Do you have ACL support?   I can't speak for 
> MS Access, but I did find that MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and will often 
> explicitly modify file permissions in a way that could result in the 
> user loosing access.    This was on solaris, when we changed migrated 
> from UFS to ZFS file system.   For example,  if a file was set to be 660 
> in unix, the "user and group can read and write but everyone else is not 
> allowed" in unix would be treated as "everyone is denied even the user 
> and group" in Windows.    If you check the permissions under windows you 
> would see that a deny entry was overriding the allow entries.
Hello Gaiseric,

we use  SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 (i586)  Kernel 2.6.5-7.252-smp 
with ACL enabled.
The point is, that they can all use the program as long as they don't 
use it togheter.


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