Re: [Samba] Windows ACL behaviour in standalone fileservers (LDAP vs TDB)
- Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2019 10:09:43 +0100
- From: Matthias Leopold via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Windows ACL behaviour in standalone fileservers (LDAP vs TDB)
I noticed I didn't ask a question ;-)
Has anybody seen this behaviour? Can this be explained?
Am 23.01.19 um 11:50 schrieb Matthias Leopold via samba:
I'm building and managing standalone fileservers (security = user) with
various passdb backends. I'm noticing different behaviour of Windows
ACLs for servers with LDAP and TDB passdb backends.
In a LDAP backed server (which I started with) I can freely add
filesystem permissions (eg for groups) to objects (files/folders) via
the Windows (7) permissions editor.
In a TDB backed server I can only add permission to a folder for a group
if the containing folder has (any) permissions for that group.
Additionally I have to enter my credentials again in the permissions
editor, which isn't needed on the LDAP backed server.
Configuration for both servers from a "result view" looks identical to me:
- "net groupmap list" is identical
- both use "security = user" and "acl_xattr"
I'm obviously not an expert for Windows ACLs, a workmate Windows Admin
told me that the second behaviour is what he would expect, still I'm
Samba is 4.8.3 on CentOS 7.
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