Using a Windows XP client to set permissions on a Samba share
Any ideas on how to use a Windows XP client (in an active directory environment) to set permissions on a folder or file located on a Linux Server running Samba? I'm looking for a way similar to how a
WinXP client sets permissions on folders on a windows file server(GUI)...right -clicking on the folder icon, setting the permissions, and having the permissions stay set on the samba share. I''m part of a team that is researching different possibilities....however, we're looking for other options....Any suggestions?
I haven't followed the cutting edge development with Samba 4 and such, but I am almost positive you can't do that. At the very least, I have never heard of that feature, and I have worked with Samba quite a bit.
Samba's permissions are set by both the directives in the smb.conf file, and the actual file permissions on the local server.
RE: Cutting Edge
I've just received this from the CentOS development team:
You will need to enable / mount your samba partition with posix ACLs to have the permissions controls you want.
You will also need to ensure that the following is ON in your smb.conf:
nt acl support = Yes
***Haven't had the chance to test this yet, but it looks promising****
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