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Re: [K12OSN] file permissions for different groups?



There are a bunch of parameters you can set in the
smb.conf file.  I don't fully understand them all,
because I'm not really familiar with Windows security,
but you should do a "man smb.conf" and search it for
the following strings:

ACL
mask
security mask
security mode
Windows

This will give you a lot to read, and luckily if you
find one pertinent parameter, its description usually
refers you to some other pertinent parameters.  

Good luck.

-Rob

--- Krsnendu Dasa <krsnendu108 gmail com> wrote:

> I have set up my K12LTSP as a Samba file server. If
> someone is connecting
> from a windows machine, how do they control
> permissions? eg which group and
> which access mode
> 
> For example the principal may want to place a file
> on the server which is
> only to be accessed by Admin group. Another file he
> may want RW access to
> Admin and RO access to Staff and no access to
> others. Another file he may
> want RW access for Staff and Admin but noone
> else.How can he set these
> permissions from his Windows XP machine?
> Does it make a difference if the computer is set up
> as a domain client or
> workgroup client?
> 
> Krsnendu dasa
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