Can you go onto the Linux server and look at the actual owner:group and
file permissions? Check both the files and the directory they are part
of. If they are what you expect to see, then can you post a sample of
them and post your smb.conf file?


Vaisonet wrote:

> Samba is 3.0.22 on a CentOS 4 box.
> Only Word and Excel write a temporary file, i have the same problem
> with corel draw, and openoffice.
> Office is 97 and XP. Openoffice is 2.0.
>
> It's happening with eall shared folders.
> All users have this problems.
> It's happening only with existing files, previously saved.
> It's not only happen on files that were created by someone else that
> you are now editing.
>
> Thanks.
>
>
> Gary Dale a écrit :
>
>> contact@vaisonet.com wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I'm using samba, and sometime i can't save excel ou word file.
>>> Windows tell me :
>>> i can't save file as 'filename'. A temporary file 'AE751FLM' was
>>> created. Close your file and save it with another name.
>>>
>>> What's wrong ?
>>> Why can i not same file sometime ?
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>>
>>>

>> Since you say "sometimes", I assume that sometimes you can save these
>> files. A few obvious questions, since I don't know what you've tried
>> or your level of expertise:
>> - which version of Samba are you running?
>> - is this happening with just excel and word files, or do you have
>> problems saving other files as well?
>> - which version of M$ Office are you using?
>> - is this happening only in particular directories?
>> - is this happening only for some users?
>> - is this happening only on new files or does it happen on existing
>> files that you had previously saved?
>> - is this happening only on files that were created by someone else
>> that you are now editing?
>>
>>

>


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