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Old 10-30-2005, 01:40 AM   #1
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Domain User Access Rights

Hello All

I have joined a Suse box to our active directory network and can login into a gnome environment which is stored within the users H: area.

I have mapped a windows share to the replace the /home path so users can get the same files/storage across both linux and windows.

The problem is, that users seem to have greater rights within the linux environment and all windows assigned rights go out of the window.

Is there away to map windows groups to non-root unix groups, so I can lock down the accounts from the local machine.

Many Thanks



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