[Samba] configuring Shares, Users with Samba 4.0.5 as an AD DC

Ulrich Schneider man at ulrichschneider.de
Sat May 18 14:40:15 MDT 2013

OK, I read a lot lot today ... last time I read samba manuals has been a 
while ...

so new to me is ... acls in the file system.

so is this correct, I can adapt windows file security settings directly 
in windows ... and somehow mysteriously ... same thing is done in the 
unix file system?


Ulrich Schneider

Am 18.05.2013 21:57, schrieb Adam Thorn:
> Ulrich Schneider <man at ulrichschneider.de> wrote:
>> Maybe I should rephrase the question (and use a more suitable topic)
>> I have Samba 4.0.5. as an active domain controller.
>> I want to know how to set up shares e.g. this way:
>> share1 	accessible r/w for users in the active directory user group
>> group1
>> share2 	accessible read only for users in the active directory user
>> group group2
> You can achieve this by specifying the "valid users" parameter for each share  in the smb.conf,  which can be set to either specific users or groups. You will, of course, also need to ensure that the "valid users" have suitable permissions on the underlying filesystem as well. See:
> http://www.samba.org/samba/docs/using_samba/ch09.html
> Adam

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