[Samba] question about groups
dale at BriannasSaladDressing.com
Fri Jul 29 11:30:31 MDT 2011
How about doing 'chmod 2770 /path/to/share' and also on all existing
subfolders of /path/to/share.
In the share definition, you could also add
directory mask = 2770
force directory mode = 2770
On 07/29/2011 6:03 AM, Andrea Lanza wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have a (simple?) question about groups.
> this is my scenario:
> Windows Active directory domain
> Samba file server ADS integrated
> 2 shares on this last server (share1, share2)
> 2 groups on the AD (group1 and group2)
> First share is only fully available to group1: this is easily done
> second share is fully available to group2
> Then I have some users belonging to both group1 and group2;
> anyway group1 is the principal group.
> when a user of this kind create a folder or a file on the share2, the file is created
> as "userxxx" and "group1", so beiing unaccessible to user on the group2.
> (permission:770, so if one user is in group2 cannot access this file belonging to group1)
> I tried several combination of "inherit acl", "possible user" and so on, but no hope to make it works.
> How can I achieve this result ?
> And sorry if it was already answered elsewhere: I found a lot of discussion (also very old, 2003 and so on)
> but no one helped me.
> I am running samba :
> 3.5.xxx on opensuse 11.4
> thanks in advance,
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