[Samba] Samba shared folders and windows 7 permissions dialog.
PF4Public at mail.ru
Sun Mar 26 22:21:00 UTC 2017
It is indeed an issue with Windows, rather than Samba, and I never stated otherwise.
With respect to Windows edition they all are "Pro" variant. I have a feeling, that
failing workstations lack some updates because I have manually updated successful ones
about a week ago. Comparing installed updates manually must be the last resort as it's
rate complicated feat.
Thus I started with Samba and found some differences in how Samba treats different
workstations, which might give me a clue on what's wrong. So my questions hold:
Is it "0: SAMR_DOMAIN_ACCESS_ENUM_ACCOUNTS" that blocks that windows host from enumerating
ldap users and groups? If that's true, then why is that happening to the same user on a
different hosts? What is the origin of struct samr_OpenDomain and how does samba derive it?
26.03.2017 21:45, Rowland Penny via samba wrote:
> On Sun, 26 Mar 2017 21:29:19 +0300
> PF4Public via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
>> Hi, Rowland, thanks for your reply.
>> Neither of machines have samba users as their local users. This makes
>> Windows ask for username and password upon connection, I suppose.
>> However I'm not determined on what's the difference between those
>> machines that show users and groups and those which don't.
>> Nonetheless some of machines do display samba/ldap users, whilst
>> others do not. Neither of them having samba users as local users, as
>> I've already mentioned.
>> Also I have identified that neither of Windows XP machines show users
>> and groups in permissions dialog, even though file and printer
>> accessing has no problems on them.
> If some machines show the users, surely this means that Samba is
> working and that the problem lies with the windows machines. Have they
> all been updated to the same level ? If not, are the ones that show the
> users, not been updated, or do they have an update that the others
> don't. Are they the same type i.e. 'pro' or 'home' ?
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