Samba AD authentication grants access for all the users
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Indeed but the problem is that the configuration is 100 similar on all servers. The only diffrence between them is the server name and the share names. I did just a copy and past then changed the server name and shars befor joining AD.
I noticed that i can authenticate with user_2 credentials to access folder_1 wich belongs to user_1. I tried to put a wrong password to test if samba is realy asking AD for autorisation or not and it works perfectly.
It sounds like the there is a list of users for the share, not a single user - or an accidental group account.
By default most linux systems will create a user with automatic group membership with the same name... So an unintended "@username" would become a group reference; and if that "username" group had more than one entry then two (or more) users would be granted access.
The users in fact are 5. They have been created on the DC and have different username and password and the problem is that user1 can access to folder5 wich belongs to user5 and user2 can access to folder1 and folder2 ...
for me, ther is a cross credential, i mean if userX is authenticated than he is free to brows all the the other protected folders.