[Samba] New packages for Debian/Ubuntu. 4.10.17/4.11.11 (amd64/i386)
rpenny at samba.org
Thu Apr 8 12:49:47 UTC 2021
On 08/04/2021 13:22, Mani Wieser via samba wrote:
> On 08.04.2021 12:26, L.P.H. van Belle via samba wrote:
>> Hai Mani,
>> You have that again?
>> I also had that but i dont see these crashed anymore.
>> can you try one thing. On the folder where your looking, where
>> explorer crashed on.
>> Can you get and getfacl output of that folder, i'll have a look at it.
>> Its more because i dont see the crashes again.
>> And sure, if its needed and helps, i'll re-add it.
> Hi Louis
> Yes, exactly the same symptoms: a unix group visible in getfacl and
> the security tab is crashing. I can't tell with which version 11,12,or
> 13 it was starting again, because I haven't changed the rights of a
> file or directory for at least half a year.
> getfacl: Removing leading '/' from absolute path names
> # file:
> # owner: AD\\wsus
> # group: AD\\domain\040users
> WIN7 (VM only for Administrator business) or WIN10 crashes
> setfacl -x g:1002
> setfacl -x g:root
> No crash and now I can see and manipulate the security tab again,
> despite that the default:group:1002 still exists
> # owner: root
> # group: root
> is also crashing.
> In short: if a Unix group has some rights (except default), the
> windows explorer is crashing immediately after opening the security
> tab in windows explorer.
This is a very old bug, a Windows bug that I thought was fixed, last I
heard a Microsoft employee was looking into, so what came of that Jeremy
? Is there anything Samba can do to fix it ? (unlikely I know because it
is Windows Explorer that crashes).
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