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A quick update, and some more help needed.
After looking at the samba.log file, I realised that my /etc/fstab was
configured to mount the data drive with the option "user_xattr", but not
"acl". A quick change from "user_xattr" to "user_xattr,acl" fixed that.
Now the "access denied" message does not appear, and I am able to define the
file access permissions.
Although the permissions were successfully changed, I get an "Error 1:
Incorrect Function" when attempting to close the share dialog. Upon opening
the share properties dialog again, the shares permissions are still there...
Yet I am unable to delete or modify files (I can save new files to the
server, though). It says that access is denied.
/usr/local/samba/var/samba.log has this entry:
[Fri Aug 13 09:06:00 2010 SGT, 0
../ntvfs/posix/pvfs_acl.c:567 denied access to '/data/files/TEST.xls' -
wanted 0x00030116 but got 0x001201ff (missing 0x00010000)
On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 3:48 PM, Ong Chin Kiat <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> Hi list,
> I have a new install of Samba 4, and was wondering how I can define file
> access permissions (read/write etc).
> testparm and samba both reject the use of 'writeable' and 'valid users', so
> I'm quite stuck as to how the permissions can be set.
> I have tried using the Remote Administration Tools (specifically Computer
> Management) to try and define the permissions for the shares on the file
> server, but they throw back a 'Access Denied'
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