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Re: [Samba] Moving home directories to another location leads to NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED listing




Hi

By accident I found out what I have to do!!! I am super happy.

I did mention in my first post that I added the corresponding rights to the user. Unfortunately that was on the wrong level. I assigned the rights (in the unix file system with setfacl) to the folder on the level /mnt/volume1/homes/user2. That was the issue. The rights MUST be assigned on the main level /mnt/volume1 RECURSIVELY. I did that by accident just a few minutes ago and it started working. 

I want to thank you a lot for your patience and support. I hope my experience helps someone else. And Rowland I learned a lot in regards to the samba user management from you. Thank you.


On 17/05/2019 19:28, realShadowhunter--- via samba wrote:
> I might not quite understand what you try to say. I am loggin in as user2. The home directory in /etc/passwd is changed to /mnt/volume1/homes/user2. That was automatically adjusted after the usermod command I mentioned earlier. To my understanding, once these items are changed and the user logs in he should have full access to the share.
>
> One thing I want to ask. You mention to change the homedir in Samba. Where? How would that look like? Maybe that is my missing piece.
>
>
>> Well it probably wouldn't, unless you are connecting as 'user1' or
>> 'user2', they are the only users that will be allowed access. I would
>> have expected some thing like this:
>>
>> [homes]
>>          comment = Home Directories
>>          browseable = no
>>         read only = no
>>         create mask = 0700
>>         directory mask = 0700
>>         valid users = %S
>>
>> You would also have to set the users homedir in /etc/passwd and Samba.
>>
>> Rowland
>
man pdbedit

Rowland



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