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Old 01-02-2012, 12:25 AM   #1
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how to get Windows ACLs after mounting share on linux using samba client

Hi All,

I have a windows share mounted on LINUX box using samba client (mount.cifs)
Share contains some files and folders hierarchy. Each file has its own ACEs and same is for folders.

I know there is a utility "smbcacls" which will help me out to get ACLs of individual file, but in that case smb session is again established. I have windows share already mounted on Linux box, so is there any way to get ACLs of each file directly from the mounted location, without establishing the smb session again?


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