[Samba] Recipe/advice for Samba 4.11 on Ubuntu 20.04 as member server joining Windows Server 2019 AD

Rowland penny rpenny at samba.org
Tue Jun 30 15:47:44 UTC 2020

On 30/06/2020 16:38, Michael Galvon via samba wrote:
> Thank you Louis!
> Unfortunately, I made some mistakes in my last question for which I 
> apologize.
> And I am sorry but I do not understand you recommendations.
> Here is a more accurate view of things:
> To reiterate we have a new Windows Server 2019 AD for authentication 
> and new samba 4.11.6-Ubuntu member server for file sharing (\\proto1)
> Looking at the wiki page 
> https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Setting_up_a_Share_Using_Windows_ACLs#Setting_Share_Permissions_and_ACLs
> It appears that in the "Share Permissions" tab,  the group "Everyone" 
> must have Read access in order for the "Security" tab to be able to 
> show/adjust security access.
> After removing the share permissions group Everyone (changing it to 
> something more secure) we are  unable to modify Security permissions. 
> No users/groups have read permissions. Cannot take ownership or change 
> perms.

Stop trying to be 'more secure', put 'Everyone' back, it will not work 
unless you do, the 'security' tab disappears.


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