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Dec
8
comment How to change samba user SID?
Thanks! Already tried too, no success.
Nov
15
comment How to change samba user SID?
it seams that in your case you'll have to choose one user to exclude from the domain and recreate the user. There was, I think it was removed from Sysinternals, a tool called NewSID or something like that. I think you can still find it. NewSID can change the local Windows user SID avoding having to copy all the user's data to the new one.
Nov
15
comment How to change samba user SID?
I've tested with 4.1.14, 4.1.21, 4.2.1 e 4.3.1 and is not working. They should have removed it since it doesn't work in any version.
Nov
14
comment How to change samba user SID?
I recommend you start using compiled version of samba to keep it updated.
Nov
14
comment How to change samba user SID?
Two users with the same SID? Are you using only one server? My problem, which I left aside for undetermined time, is that I want to change my domain name but avoid creating "new users" on each machine when the users login using the new domain. For example perry.platypus has a SID S-1-5-21-2447931902-1787058256-3961074038-5004 on the old domain but on the new domain he has S-1-5-21-2447931902-1787058256-4461074038-2222, when he logs in in the new domain Windows will create a new user folder perry.platypus.NEWDOMAIN. That's a huge problema for me.
Oct
26
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Sep
14
answered How to set the correct Samba chmod permissions for folders in ext4 file system? Is ext4 the right choice?
May
23
revised How to set the correct Samba chmod permissions for folders in ext4 file system? Is ext4 the right choice?
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May
23
comment How to set the correct Samba chmod permissions for folders in ext4 file system? Is ext4 the right choice?
Anyone can help me?
Apr
28
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
6
comment Change group permissions on linux shared folder
That's extremely confusing because I'm following Samba's Wiki orientations goo.gl/q2vXYR and every guide/tutorial show that the Windows groups/users are managed by Windows tools. What I really have problems with are the permissons inside linux ext4 file system that spontaneously make files readonly or block sub folders access without any change from my part.
Feb
5
comment Change group permissions on linux shared folder
Am I not supposed to use RSAT or compmgmt.msc do define groups/users that have access?
Feb
5
comment Samba shared folder and permissions (CentOS 5.5)
I have sometimes this same problem but also, frequently, as administrator I am losing the right to define who has access to some shares from Windows. Access denied is shown.
Feb
4
asked How to set the correct Samba chmod permissions for folders in ext4 file system? Is ext4 the right choice?
Jan
30
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
9
asked How to change samba user SID?
Dec
16
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
28
accepted Why users of Windows 8.x can't login to our domain?
Sep
28
answered Why users of Windows 8.x can't login to our domain?
Sep
28
comment Why users of Windows 8.x can't login to our domain?
This problem is directly related to this one: superuser.com/questions/749052/… It's happening because problems in realm naming. Our internal DNS conflicts with the ad's realm.