[Samba] subfolder sharing with "valid users"
jra at samba.org
Tue Oct 5 10:51:40 MDT 2010
On Mon, Oct 04, 2010 at 11:58:34PM -0700, Keun Song wrote:
> I'm currently using the following smb.conf file so that everyone can browse any subfolder without a login prompt under /engineering. (I have neither AD-based nor Winbind-based authentication now)
> Even, as long as the UNIX permission is 777, anyone can write onto some folders somewhere down under this folder.
> workgroup = Engineering
> netbios name = smb1
> security = share
> path = /engineering
> available = yes
> browsable = yes
> writeable = yes
> guest ok = yes
> readonly = no
> Now I need to tighten the per-folder security so that I grant access for select users per folder.
> Under the /engineering folder, I'd like to have different combinations of security:
> /engineering/electrical (want this readable by everyone)
> /engineering/electrical/ee140 (want this to prompt for username & password per user)
> /engineering/electrical/ee150 (want everything under this browsable and readable by everyone)
> That is, how can I make it such that the top-level folder (/engineering) is still readable (w/o login prompt) by everyone and only some select subfolders prompt for login/password?
> Thank you for your answer in advance!
You need to have different shares for these folders.
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