[Samba] NT_STATUS_NO_MEMORY accessing a DC shared resource

Rowland Penny rpenny at samba.org
Thu Jul 5 14:41:41 UTC 2018

On Thu, 5 Jul 2018 16:15:27 +0200
"Ing. Claudio Nicora" <claudio.nicora at gmail.com> wrote:

> > Undoubtedly '3000000' will be Administrator, who will be mapped to
> > ID '0' (root) in idmap.ldb and 'users' is mapped from 'Domain
> > Users' in idmap.ldb.
> Will live with that; that share is only used while playing with samba 
> config easily from Windows clients.
> I'll remove it just before going to production.
> > There is a slight problem with the way you have set the permissions
> > (okay, a large one), the permissions, when set from Windows, are
> > stored in a file called NTACL.security
> >
> > Rowland
> Do you mean that Linux (other than Samba) could have issues accessing 
> those files?
> Even if I force them to root:root with chown?

No, what I am trying to say is, you are only looking at half of the
picture ;-)

If you run 'getfacl' against the share path, what is the output ?
What ever it is, this is where you set the permissions for Linux. You
can tighten the Unix permissions on the directory and then set the
required permissions with setfacl.


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