Adam Nielsen wrote:

>> inherit permissions = Yes
>>
>>

>
>What happens if you remove this?
>
>
>

If I remove the "inherit permissions" parameter, newly-created files and
directories have the permissions specified by "create mask" and
"directory mask," respectively. This is as I expected. With "inherit
permissions" set to yes, new files and directories have the same
permissions as the parent directory. As far as I can tell, this only
affects new files/directories.

>If you create a new file in the directory here, is the new file owned
>by the expected user and group?
>
>

Yes.

>>I'm not sure I understand why the group is taking precendence over the
>>user permissions. If I log into the same Linux system and my
>>permissions on a given directory are 0700, I, as the user, have full
>>access to that directory. However, this is not the behavior I'm seeing
>>when I connect via SAMBA.
>>
>>

>
>Are you sure you don't have any "map to guest" option that might be
>altering the username?
>
>

I don't have any such option specifically defined. And, as mentioned
above, new files/directories are created with the proper user and group,
so as far as I can tell, the login ID is being mapped properly.

Thanks!

Eric
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