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Possible to use linux permissions on samba mounted drive

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http://serverfault.com – I've mounted a shared windows directory (C:\foo\bar) on an ubuntu server (/mnt/shared/bar) like so: //windows-server/bar /mnt/shared/bar smbfs credentials=/etc/samba-credentials 0 0 It works great, but when I cd into /mnt/shared/bar, Ubuntu shows that all the files are owned by root. I'd like to restrict access to /mnt/shared/bar on the linux side. For example, I'd like to only allow users in the "baz" group to have access to the /mnt/shared/bar directory. I'm new to Samba. Can someone with more experience let me know if this is possible? (HowTos)