[Samba] Unable to set Windows permissions on share
bmartins at galileu.pt
Mon Sep 26 01:34:02 MDT 2011
From: TAKAHASHI Motonobu [mailto:monyo at monyo.com]
Sent: domingo, 25 de Setembro de 2011 16:03
To: Bruno Martins
Cc: samba at lists.samba.org; António Moreira
Subject: Re: [Samba] Unable to set Windows permissions on share
From: Bruno Martins <bmartins at galileu.pt>
Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2011 13:23:07 +0000
> Good evening guys,
> I'm being unable to set a certain Samba share's permissions through
> Windows properties dialogue box, using the Security tab.
You really mean **share**'s permission or files's permission in the share?
> I'm trying to perform this action as a member of "Domain Users"
> Active Directory group.
If former, simply to grant full control to "Domain Users" by Administartor from Windows or using sharesec command.
If latter, "dos filemode = yes" may help you.
> inherit owner = Yes
> inherit permissions = Yes
> map acl inherit = Yes
> writable = Yes
> path = /home/joe/Dropbox
> acl group control = Yes
> comment = Partilha das Galileus
> inherit acls = Yes
> write list = "@domain users"
> browseable = Yes
"inherit permissions" takes precedence over "inherit acls" so in your conf, "inherit acls" is ignored.
I think that "map acl inherit" is too buggy to use in production.
TAKAHASHI Motonobu <monyo at samba.gr.jp>
I really mean share's permissions, as Unix permissions are set to 777 just for testing. I may have to check this out later too. ;-)
I've corrected the inheritance thing you told me, although it didn't help that much.
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