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Old 06-09-2006, 12:51 PM   #1
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XFS, Samba and folder permissions..


I'm currently hacking into the Buffalo Terrastation... its running XFS file system.. and is running Samba.


this is what I'm wanting to do..


the terastation is a member of the active directory domain.. I can see and use all of the user accounts.

I'm wanting to create a share.. and within that share have all the home directorys.. but I want to set permissions on each of the home directory folders to only allow those users.. the user accounts would HAVE to be the domain accounts..


is there a way with XFS to set the permissions for a domain account? Can XFS see the domain accounts? Would there be a way to write a script that could set the permissions?

if there is any easier way of doing this I'm all ears..
 
  


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