[Samba] Permission Denied
ole.traupe at tu-berlin.de
Mon Dec 7 18:59:34 UTC 2015
> There are two ways of mapping Administrator:
> A) user a 'username map' line in smb.conf on a domain member, this
> will point to a file similar to this:
> !root = SAMDOM\Administrator SAMDOM\administrator
> This will map the windows 'Administrator' to the Unix user 'root'
> and you will be able to alter ACLs on Samba Unix
> shares from windows.
> B) Give Administrator a uidNumber, This would then make Administrator
> a normal Unix user, so you would have to ensure that s/he had the
> required permissions to change ACLs on a Samba Unix share from windows.
> You pays your money and make your own choice which to use.
> You can, at any time, remove anything that you have done to
> Administrator and go back to Standard.
Looks like I somehow did both, which surely is contra-productive. I
better remove the unix attributes for Administrator...
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