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Jeff Hardy wrote:
> On 04/01/2010 05:39 PM, Jeff Hardy wrote:
>> I have been trying to setup a new print server on Fedora 12 based around
>> samba-3.4.7-58.fc12.x86_64 and cups-1.4.2-28.fc12.x86_64. All looks good
>> except for the ability for printer administrators to manage printers.
>> Whether I specify users in a system group using the deprecated printer
>> admin option, or specifically using net rpc rights and the
>> SePrinterOperatorPrivilege, it does not matter. This is against an NT4
>> domain on samba-3.4.2.
> After a tdb wipe, I ended up with no users who can manage printers.
> This at least made the behavior consistently broken. I ended up
> trying samba 3.3 and 3.2 seeking some way to manage printers. Only by
> going back to samba-3.2.15 built from a Fedora 10 source RPM was I
> able to restore functionality by way of the printer admin option. The
> SePrinterOperatorPrivilege did not seem to work in any version no
> matter what I did. Surely other folks are managing printers with
> sambas later than 3.2.x I would think. Anyone have any experience
> like this?
How about adding users as members to the BUILTIN\administrators group on
the newer version of samba to see if that works?
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