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PostPosted: Tue Nov 04, 2014 8:01 am    Post subject: Samba as a file server in a Samba domain with LDAP [solved] Reply with quote

hello,

I turn around for several weeks ... Here's the problem :

BEFORE :
Machine 1 : PDC with Samba with LDAP and file server .

NOW :
Machine 1 : PDC with Samba and LDAP MASTER
Machine 2 : BDC with Samba and LDAP SLAVE
Machine 3 : Server Files with Samba
To centralize all files and folders, each user 's profile folder was placed on the machine 3. Excluding apparently although the rights are correct , that the profile folder path is well marked in the registry , users in roaming profile open their session with a temporary profile . The error log shows clearly that Windows 7 can not access the profile on the server, if I place against the profile folder on the machine 1 (PDC ) on which the user authenticates , the profile is accessible ...

It would appear from the error message from Windows that the user is not the owner of the profile folder . In fact, when I right click on the profile, properties, security file, the tab owner tells me " Unix User\user" instead of " DOMAIN\user". So I guess the domain is not well mapped.

The file server has been integrated into the field.

I tried to configure winbind , but I 'm not sure that the problem comes from there, so apparently everything works fine , wbinfo -u, wbinfo -g give out the list of users and groups with the proper domain name ( "DOMAIN\user " and " DOMAIN\group" ) but Windows file Explorer always gives me " Unix User\user " or " Unix Group\group"

What do you do ? I'm missing something ?

Thank you :-)


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2014 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ok, i found the solution...

Just put this :
Code:
profile acls = yes

in the smb.conf, [profile] section... :-)
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