Hello everyone. I have a couple of CIFS shares on a OpenSolaris svn_134 filer joined to an older Windows 2000 (yes, not 2k3, 2000) Domain.
The issue that I am having is with Windows Group ACLs being applied to a folder. It's working for a short time, but overnight it seems to "forget" its ACL and it has to be reapplied. Lets say that I have group1 with some users. There is a folder (folder1) with just group1 in the ACL, applied and viewable from the windows security tab. There is an application that has a shortcut on the users' desktops. This application's binary is actually in folder1. folder1 is under a mapped drive and is in the %PATH% of all of the users. When the users try to start the application, it claims that it cannot find a dll which is in folder1. The users can browse into the folder; they can see the actual dll in explorer; the group IS still in the ACL according to the security tab AND ls -dv, but the application can't seem to get through. That is, until I remove and re-add group1 into the ACL for the folder (which is allowing inheritance). This behavior "fixes" the application; it will run and function properly, but only until the next day, at which time I have to repeat the removal and addition of the group into the ACL. It might be something that I have configured incorrectly, but it's a fairly by-the-book AD-integrated installation. Is there anything that you can think of that might cause this behavior or is there any way (other than adding *.debug to syslog.conf and tail -f /var/adm/messages) that you guys could tell me to help troubleshoot? Thanks in advance. -- This message posted from opensolaris.org _______________________________________________ cifs-discuss mailing list email@example.com http://mail.opensolaris.org/mailman/listinfo/cifs-discuss