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Thanks for the reply.
In my case I had got the command to work when the samba server was standalone.
I just figured out that I need to provide the domain admin password to change privileges if samba server has joined a domain ...
From: zoolook [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2010 6:02 AM
To: Nagaraj Shyam
Subject: Re: [Samba] net rpc rights grant root SeDiskOperatorPrivilege failed with "Failed to grant privileges for root (NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED)"
You need to tell net with which user you run the command:
net rpc rights grant USERNAME SeDiskOperatorPrivilege -Uroot
El 13/05/2010 9:53, "Nagaraj Shyam" <Nagaraj_Shyam@symantec.com> escribió:
I have a samba server setup as a domain member. I am trying to grant
SeDiskOperatorPrivilege to some user accounts e.g. "domainaname\User",
but I always get the above error. It doesnot matter what I specify as
the server in -S option to the command. The command syntax I use is:
net rpc rights grant "username" SeDiskOperatorPrivilege
net -S ADserver -U support rpc rights grant 'domain\Administrator'
I am trying to grant the above privilege because managing samba shares
through mmc from remote windows system is failing with:
_srvsvc_NetShareSetInfo: uid 10500 doesn't have the
SeDiskOperatorPrivilege privilege needed to modify share myshare
Uid 10500 is 'domain\Administrator' account
I can send the relevant smb.conf and any additional traces I need to
capture. Can anyone provide ideas on what could be going wrong? The
above feature(s) is supposed to be supported by samba 3.5.1 which I am
Thanks for the help.
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