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Re: Using Centrify or Likewise for authenticating against AD



No it will not, that's more of a Linux thing you can do at the file
system level.

Try this:

mkdir /tmp/test
chgrp yourgroup /tmp/test
chmod 2775 /tmp/test
touch /tmp/test/foo
ls -l /tmp/test/foo

You should notice that /tmp/test/foo inherited the group ownership of
/tmp/test.


Joshua McClintock
Likewise Community Engineer
Likewise Software, Inc.
Red Hat Certified Engineer (805009758142176)

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Date: Sun, 8 Aug 2010 12:50:43 -0500
From: Eugene Vilensky <evilensky gmail com>
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Subject: Re: Using Centrify or Likewise for authenticating against AD
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On Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 1:08 PM, Joshua McClintock
<jmcclintock likewise com> wrote:
> Likewise will allow you to restrict login based on Group Membership.
> For 5.3 users, go to /etc/likewise/lsassd.conf and modify
> 'require-membership-of'. ?If you're using version 5.4 or 6, you'll
need
> to use lwregshell to modify the value. ?Let me know if you need any
> help. ?Once you've modified the value, you'll need to refresh lsassd's
> configuration (/opt/likewise/bin/lw-refresh-configuration). ?Sorry my
> previous post didn't have a proper subject line.

Hi Joshua,

Will this setting also change the default group ownership for newly
created files, or is there a related setting?



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