[OpenIndiana-discuss] CIFS sharing in a Windows Domain

Robbie Crash sardonic.smiles at gmail.com
Wed Sep 12 14:15:56 UTC 2012

How are clients authenticating? AD or OI accounts?

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On Sep 12, 2012 5:43 AM, "Gabriele Bulfon" <gbulfon at sonicle.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> when sharing a zfs filesystem inside a domain, I usually chmod 777 the
> base filesystem,
> then the Windows Administsrator can start creating folders and giving
> permissions.
> Maybe there is somtehing wrong with the way I do it, but the strange thing
> is that the base share
> results available to Everyone, they can create folder, files, and these
> get only the permissions of this
> user and just System. So, not even the Administrator can delete this files.
> If I remember well, there is no way to change the permission of the base
> share (the zfs filesystem)
> by the Administrator, but only subfolders inside it.
> When sharing a zfs filesystem via CIFS, I'd like this base share to have
> just permission for the
> Administrator, so that he can only create folders / files there, and then
> give permissions to others.
> What's wrong?
> Gabriele.
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