Hi.I need to verify some couple of issue regards File Sharing Permission with sambaAs recently I have joined Cent OS 5.3 with Windows Domain Environment. My sec... [by its_my_style]
on 12/15/2012 – Made popular on 12/15/2012
I have created a folder in samba sharing in that I have created spread sheet an I gave full permission to that folder and file in command line my users are in workgroup they cannot access that file at the same time if one had had open that file to edit in the sense another user can only able to read that file cannot edit that file it shows as " you can only read because another user is using" how
I have a NFS share on a Windows Server 2008 host (joined to a domain). I have a non-domain Linux client that mounts to it (using windows credentials) and writes files to it. However, when I try to view the files from a windows client I get permission denied errors. Even as an admin from a windows client, we can not edit the permissions of the folder and files to make them readable and writable.
i am working in computer department and there is windows domain and active directory.
i am using ubuntu 12.04 32-bit and windows 7 professionl 32-bit.
both are joined to the domain successfully, my plan is to created a folder in ubuntu and want to share it with windows users.
i used samba GUI and comfigured the required fileds.
i have bit issues here, but samba installation is successfull i can create user and authonticate but the problem is after mapping the folder and test to create a folder it says "you dont have permission" is there any missing in my conf?