Joseph Casale wrote:

> On Tuesday, April 3, 2018 at 4:50:40 AM UTC-6, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> > You will have to give more information, I have no idea what you are
> > talking about.
> Hi Bram,
> I have narrowed this down a bit, when editing a file on a Samba share
> mapped to a Windows drive such as s:\foo, the resulting permissions of
> s:\foo are changed with an extended ACL, and the undo file is written
> with an invalid ACL where the unix user and group ID are mapped to invalid
> SIDs such as S-1-22-1-990 and S-1-22-2-988 respectively.
> Editing a local file does not trigger the behavior.
> If I can provide any additional details, just let me know.

Hmm, is this really a problem caused by Vim?  Normally ACLs are not
used, only user ID and group ID are set with permission flags.
Perhaps the Samba config needs to be adjusted?

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