[Samba] Setting up a Share Using Windows ACLs
henry at incred.com.au
Tue Apr 25 07:26:21 UTC 2017
On 2017-04-24 20:53, Henry via samba wrote:
> On 2017-04-24 16:45, Rowland Penny wrote:
>> On Mon, 24 Apr 2017 08:59:54 +1000
>> Henry via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
>>> I think I found my mistake. In Windows I was using a domain admins
>>> account other than administrator however only administrator has the
>>> SeDiskOperatorPrivilege. When I login to Windows as administrator it
>>> works. Now with my "testing" share I can do everything I need to ! I
>>> have now created a new share following this procedure and it works
>>> too :)
>> Good, I will update the wiki page.
>>> I have two existing shares that do not display the "Security" tab in
>>> Windows and I have double & triple checked everything in Samba.
>>> Does Windows/Samba cache the security settings or can I reset the
>>> security settings for these two shares and start again from scratch?
>> I seem to think that this could be a windows problem, try an internet
>> search about missing security tab.
> When I create a new Samba share... all ok
> When I delete my dysfunctional share, remove the folder and recreate
> from scratch the problem presents.
> Somewhere it is being remembered...
> Does Samba somehow remember the shares, meaning can I wipe Samba's
> memory of a past share?
I am not sure this has solved my problem but it has.
My Folder in Linux had a space in it's name. Renaming the folder to
remove the space and updating smb.conf returned the "Security" tab in
RSAT Computer Management.
When I changed the name back to having a space the Security tab
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