[Samba] How to set ACLs with Samba4 AD?
adamsienkiewicz78 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 23 01:25:33 MST 2013
I posted similar question few weeks ago but nobody answer yet. It seems
that everyone set perm from windows side.
But I need to know how to do that from linux side - Could someone explain
how to do that via command line in linux?
Thanks in advance !!!
2013/1/21 Lukas Gradl <samba.org at ssn.at>
> Zitat von Lee Allen <lee at leecallen.com>:
> I apologize if this is very beginner/basic. In my defense, I can't get
>> Samba4 documentation to compile on my system, and I can't find the man
>> pages online (a pointer to them would be extremely helpful).
>> And in general, I am having difficulty sorting through the documentation
>> the wiki because much of it is clearly pre-Samba4 and therefore obsolete,
>> or at least questionable. It's hard to know what is relevant.
>> Most of the posts I see here seem to be much better informed than I am. I
>> would love to know how they obtained their knowledge.
>> So here is my question:
>> I am running Samba4 as an AD and file server. How do I define ACLs for
>> samba shares, for domain users & groups?
>> These users and groups are not defined on the underlying OS (CentOS 6.3).
>> It seems the answer is to do it via the underlying filesystem, but how is
>> that possible when the domain users & groups are not defined in the OS?
>> I see samba-tool has some ACL get/set capability. Is that the answer?
>> Or is there some special magic to get CentOS to control file access by
>> referring to the Samba4 AD?
>> Many thanks in advance for any help.
>> And I would be very grateful for pointers to Samba4 introductory or
>> background material (I have used the HOW-TOs extensively).
> I second that - it took me some time to learn that after setting acls by
> "write user" for years I can now use the Windows tools.
> So perhaps someone could add a few lines about setting acls in the howto?
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