Apply permission on samba shared folder on M$ Windows 2000
I have a Redhat 7.2 runing samba 2.2 and configured samba to share folders. The folders is accessable by everyone (no permission set). The W2K servers will map a network driver while it startup (before user login) from samba shares. For example: if I have a samba share called "temp" and I then access this share from a windows 2000 server. Can I then go to the properties of this folder, click on the security tab and then add or remove users or groups from the NT domain that can have access that folder "temp". I encountered that if I try do this I can add users or groups from our domain (NT users) and specify what access each should have ie: read only or full control, but when I click on the "OK" or "Apply" button to apply these changes I get an error saying "Unable to save permission changes on folder. Access is denied" or the added user name is disappear.
I have some W2K servers (different workgroup)need to add the permission on the same samba shared folder "temp" Is it something that I need to do at samba server? How can I apply permission.