[CentOS] access denied from windows changing security setting when i use a folder connected to a fake drive made with dd

Sun May 8 17:10:22 UTC 2016
nikos sarantopoulos <nsarantopoulos68 at gmail.com>

i will tell you about my setup

my setup is done with the command samba-tool domain provision --use-rfc2307
--interactive on the version 4.3.9 that i am thinking for me that version
is enough stable the last version doesn't have any more the "Authenticated

it is active directory my server setup i am suspicious that is something
wrong when i am connecting to a loop device that is made this way dd
if=/dev/zero of=imgfile bs=1M count=60 for example
then losetup /dev/loop0 imgfile and formating it as ext4 filesystem

but only root have there write access am i doing something wrong?

this path is connected to a smb.conf with the following way:

        path = /path (where is mounted the loop device)
        read only = no

thank you

nikos sarantopoulos

On Sun, May 8, 2016 at 6:31 PM, Gordon Messmer <gordon.messmer at gmail.com>

> On 05/08/2016 06:26 AM, nikos sarantopoulos wrote:
>> the only way to write there other users except root is setting with
>> chmod o+w /test
> Yes, that is expected.
> from windows 7 using samba 4 i can write to folder but i cannot set
>> security setting getting always access denied when i am setting
>> security settings on the share
>> what is wrong
> You haven't told us anything about your Samba configuration, so it's
> impossible to say.
> I'll make a wild guess though.  You're using "security = user" and
> possibly mapping users to a guest account.  IIRC, you can only change items
> in the Windows security tab if you're using "security = domain" or
> "security = ads"
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