[Samba] Cannot change NTACL for share from Windows

Viktor Trojanovic viktor at troja.ch
Sun May 31 16:55:36 UTC 2020

On Sun, 31 May 2020 at 16:47, Rowland penny via samba <samba at lists.samba.org>

> On 31/05/2020 17:20, Viktor Trojanovic wrote:
> >
> >     Is 'SAMDOMAIN' actually 'HQ' ?
> >
> >
> > Yes
> I thought it was, if you are going to sanitise things, do it everywhere ;-)
> >
> >     Is Apparmor (or Selinux) running and denying access ?
> >
> >
> > No Selinux present. As for Apparmor, it doesn't look like it.
> >
> >  ubuntu at fs1:/$ sudo apparmor_status
> > apparmor module is loaded.
> Yes it is, you need to find out if Apparmor is your problem (I think it
> is) and how to fix it, if it is. I cannot help you, I always 'apt-get
> purge apparmor'. The problem with Apparmor (and Selinux) is that you get
> strange 'permission denied' errors and cannot find out why and then
> spend hours trying to fix the problem, only to find the quickest fix is
> to remove Apparmor. Don't get me wrong, Apparmor is a good idea, but
> without something shouting at you "you cannot do that because of 'this',
> you need to do 'this' to fix your problem", you have to be an Apparmor
> expert to fix it.
> It's just what's there from a default Ubuntu (minimal) install... It looks
like snapd depends on it. Anyway, I don't need either here, so I removed it
entirely. The issue persists, though.

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