[Samba] Samba4 home share problem
krisztian.csanyi at gmail.com
Sun Mar 24 05:17:01 MDT 2013
It's ok now. I didn't use winbind.
I have read theese:
I get the solution from this howtos.
2013/3/24, Gémes Géza <geza at kzsdabas.hu>:
>> I have installed Samba4 and the home share functionality is not working.
>> Samba version: 4.0.1
>> OS: Debian Squeeze
>> Kernel: 2.6.32-5-amd64
>> The smb.conf:
>> workgroup = TESZT
>> realm = TESZT.HU
>> netbios name = FILESERVER
>> server role = active directory domain controller
>> server services = s3fs, rpc, nbt, wrepl, ldap, cldap, kdc,
>> drepl, winbind, ntp_signd, kcc, dnsupdate
>> load printers = no
>> printing = bsd
>> printcap name = /dev/null
>> show add printer wizard = no
>> disable spoolss = yes
>> log level = 3
>> syslog = 3
>> syslog only = yes
>> logon path =
>> # logon home = \\fileserver\homes\%U
>> logon drive = H:
>> logon script = %U.cmd
>> path =
>> read only = No
>> path = /opt/samba4/var/lib/samba/sysvol
>> read only = No
>> path = /home
>> read only = no
>> After a net use h: /home command on client I get this:
>> System error 53 has occured. The network path was not found.
>> The user I try: Administrator and the client OS is Windows XP Pro.
>> I think the rights on the server are ok.
>> When I try to set the home for Administrator in AD I get the answer:
>> The system could not create the startfolder
>> because can't find path.
>> Is there anybody who can use this functionality?
>> Please help.
>> Thanks for the replies.
> Samba 4.0.x has two operation modes:
> 1. Active directory domain controller
> 2. Member or standalone server (or classic (NT4 style) domain controller)
> 2. behaves the same way (regarding shares) as Samba 3.x.y
> 1. has some limitation in this regard, for example the missing home
> metashare (in 3.x.y you shouldn't specify a path as it would be deduced
> based on the connected users home directory)
> You could emulate a behavior similar to the 3.x.y one with the AD mode
> if you specify hide unreadable = yes and set the folder rights for each
> home directory accordingly.
> As a sidenote: 4.0.1 is quite old, especially if you want to run your AD
> DC as a fileserver at least 4.0.4 is recommended.
> Geza Gemes
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