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Old 10-07-2005, 03:58 AM   #1
Bilal84
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Registered: Apr 2005
Location: Lebanon
Distribution: Debian3.1,Suse9.3, Redhat
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Unhappy Samba3 Administrators & users privilege in Windows client machines


Hi All...

I install Samba3.0.13-1.1 in my Susu9.3 box...
I configure my samba to be a PDC (Primary domain Controller)..I success...
I can add machine to my domain and logon to my domain from my cleint machine...
But i face a problem:
When i logon in my client machine with Username: (root, samba admin), or when i logon to the mchine with user in the Domain Admins Group, thats users loged on they not have a privilege of Administrator so (I can't do any thing in windows like shared,install,..) because i don't have the Adminitstrator privilege...

So any body can help me Plz...
I waiting ur thread....
 
  


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