[Samba] Unable to see home dir
robcampbell08105 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 13 08:27:14 UTC 2021
I am able to ssh user at localhost with the samba user I created from any
computer with a working and related smb.conf. ssh sambauser at localhost If
there is no linux account it creates the home directory but it doesn't
allow the user to log in. I have to create the user on the local machine.
I'm not able to have the user local account created when I log in as that
user? Every computer I have that I want to allow enterprise login via
Gnome (which I haven't gotten to work yet), I will have to create all the
users on those computers before people can log in?
I am able to smbclient //fs01/Photos -c 'ls' -U sambauser and it will show
me the files and dirs of that share. I have a share named home and it will
not allow me to see that.
comment = Home Directories
browseable = yes
writable = yes
path = /home/%D/%U
valid users = %U
I've tried setting the path to /home/%U for the user accounts
that previously had linux ids and I get the same thing
smbclient //fs01/home -U username -c 'ls'
Enter INTERNAL\username's password:
NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED listing \*
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