Re: [Samba] Problem mapping extended acls with sssd and samba
- Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2017 18:03:34 -0300
- From: edson via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Problem mapping extended acls with sssd and samba
Thanks for the answer.
But even removing the write list parameter, the problem persists.
Excuse me. But the sssd service is working perfectly, and I see no reason
to ask for help on the sssd user list.
One important information is that when I apply the ACLs using the setfacl
command the mapping is done and the permissions are applied.
But when I use windows explorer the ACLs permissions are not applied.
If anyone knows why this is happening, and be able to help me.
I thank you.
2017-03-19 17:39 GMT-03:00 Rowland Penny <rpenny@xxxxxxxxx>:
> On Sun, 19 Mar 2017 17:09:32 -0300
> edson via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hello.
> > I have a file server with samba and sssd. Is working perfectly.
> Is it ?
> > The problem is when I define extended ACLs using windows explorer.
> > Acls are not applied in the file system to the groups and users of
> > the domain.
> There you go, it obviously isn't ;-)
> > But when I work with winbind I can apply the extended acls in the file
> > system.
> Then the obvious fix for your problem is to use the Samba supported
> winbind instead of, the unsupported by Samba, sssd
> sssd has nothing to do with Samba, so if you want to continue using
> sssd, I would suggest you contact the sssd-users mailing list.
> You should also note, if you are going to set the ACLs from windows,
> you should not use the 'write list' option.
Edson de Abreu Oliveira
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