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Old 06-22-2005, 10:53 AM   #1
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Setup Samba File Server with Shadow Copy support

Dear all,

Good days,
May I know anybody successfully implemented the samba file sharing services in fedora core 3 which is support the shadow copy?

Do have a cheap but efficient file server, a shadow copy services is a must for our company. And, do anybody know how to allow windows 2003 domain user access samba file server without prompt the username and password?

Old 07-02-2005, 04:44 PM   #2
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Either you setup these permissions in Samba to allow guests accounts access or setup Active Directory authentication with Samba if you use it with Windows, other than those that I can think of, you'll need to create samba users.
Old 07-04-2005, 02:15 AM   #3
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Mr. Trickykid,

Thanks or your reply,
Currently i have a active directory working well. What i want to do next is setup a fedora core 3 server to become a file server.
This server must provide the shadow copy services using LVM file system. Anyway, I don't have the exactly ideal how to do it.

Next question is i would like to share a folder inside samba share folder (The fedora core 3 already join the AD) but don't want to create user in samba file system. Is it any method we can map permission on the folder direct to AD?



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