[Samba] A question about Samba, authentication, groups, quotas, etc.
singh.madhusudan at gmail.com
Thu Sep 23 10:19:57 MDT 2010
On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 11:44 PM, Grant <grantliddle at gmail.com> wrote:
> Since you are already doing everything based on AD ...
> Have the windows folks make AD security groups for your groups b c d e And
> then filter the shares using smb.conf entries like
> valid users = @ad\groupB
> write list = @ad\groupB
> To make it really convenient for you have the ad team make you an admin for
> a small area in AD where you set up and administer your groups using active
> directory users and computers on a windows box
It was the first thing I tried. Here are some reasons it will not work:
1. For some strange reason, not all the members of set B are capable of
being added to these new groups (don't ask me, its windows after all - I am
not the AD admin).
2. The response of the admins is rather slow. If someone joins or leaves B,
I want to be able to respond faster than the weeks lead time we currently
So, I guess I am asking if there is something like a samba user whitelist
(that I could use in conjunction with denying everyone access by default).
Or something equivalent to this.
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