Can't delete some ACEs with smbcacls
Ángel Galindo Muñoz
agalindo at ub.edu
Fri Dec 29 12:59:34 GMT 2006
I sent a mail before with this topic but maybe this is not the right
list, maybe "samba-technical at samba.org"? Please, let me know if this is
not the right place.
I just want to use smbcacls to delete an ACE which has a blank
permision (a denied permision over POSIX ACLs). How can I use "smbcacls"
to delete an ACE like this?
Let's show first the complete ACL:
shell~> smbcacls -A credentials //myserver/myshare /onefolder
I'm trying to delete it and smbcacls fails parsing my ACE:
shell~> smbcacls -D "ACL:MYSERVER\target_user:ALLOWED/0/" -A credentials
Failed to parse ACL ACL:MYSERVER\target_user
There's a workaround but due to umasks it's not always usable: just add
"READ" permision and immediately delete it. It's not always usable, for
exemple, if it's a Samba share and you use
security mask = 770
directory security mask = 770
then will never be able to add any permisions to "Everyone".
Can anybody help me, please?
Angel Galindo Muñoz
agalindo _at_ ub.edu
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