[Samba] Problems with permissions
rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
Sat Jan 17 14:20:24 MST 2015
On 17/01/15 19:08, Dr. Harry Knitter wrote:
> "Dr. Harry Knitter" <harry at knitter-edv-beratung.de> schrieb am 15.01.2015:
>> I have a Debian Wheezy machine with a standard samba configured as domain
>> controller. (security = user)
>> On the Windows clients a programm shall be installed that needs full access
>> to all files on a network drive
>> I have set the Unix permissions to 777 for all files and subdirectories of
>> the according directory.
>> The share entry is:
>> path = /home/shareddirectory
>> admin users = user1, root
>> force group = users
>> read only = No
>> create mask = 0777
>> directory mask = 0777
>> On the Windows clients however in Properties -> Security I see only special
>> rights which lack full access and delete.
>> How can I get full access to all files and subdirectories.
>> Any hints for what I configured wrong are wellcome.
> what about now?
> May be I have some misconfiguration. However, where is the compatibility to a
> native Windows Server?
> How can I configure my samba server and my unix permissions to grant _full
> access_ to a network share that is shown by my clients as _full access_?.
> A little guessing myself about why not getting hintful answers (bug?,
> BTW, the clients are W7 machines.
You could try answering Jeremy's question
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