rpenny at samba.org
Fri Sep 4 16:57:25 UTC 2020
On 04/09/2020 17:28, Philip Offermans via samba wrote:
> Hi I have some problems with setting permissions on my share. I think it has to do that I didn’t configure this
> If you use the winbind 'ad' backend on Unix domain members and you add a gidNumber attribute to the Domain Admins group in AD, you will break the mapping in idmap.ldb. Domain Admins is mapped as ID_TYPE_BOTH in idmap.ldb, this is to allow the group to own files in Sysvol on a Samba AD DC. It is suggested you create a new AD group (Unix Admins for instance), give this group a gidNumber attribute and add it to the Administrators group and then, on Unix, use the group wherever you would normally use Domain Admins.
> I am using a raspberry pi. And don’t know how to set this up.
Is this on the DC or the Unix domain member ?
If the Unix domain member, I don't that is your problem, you have 'idmap
config <win domain>:range = 3000000-4000000' in your smb.conf and the ID
numbers on a DC (which is where I think you got 3000000 from) are
neither uidNumber or gidNumber attributes, they are xidNumber attributes
and are only used on a DC. So have you added any uidNumber or gidNumber
attributes to AD ?
> p.s. can an admin block Emma the hooker😂. She is sending spam. It’s anoying
I am very sure that 'Emma' isn't a registered Samba mailing list user
and I am certain that she is not sending emails through our email
servers, so we have no way to block her ;-)
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