[CentOS] tracking samba changes

Fri Mar 5 14:32:15 UTC 2021
Christopher Wensink <cwensink at five-star-plastics.com>

Good morning everyone.  This morning when I came in my boss said that he 
doesn't have access to the R: drive, which is a samba share to a folder 
called RP.  I looked in /etc/group and his username was not in there.  
He's had access to this group for years, since before I was at the 
company.  Yesterday I added a new employee to two other groups, saved 
the change and exited, and I took out an old username out of a few 
groups but I did not touch my boss's username at all. Is there any kind 
of trace log that shows changes to a group or to /etc/group that tracks 
/ logs all individual changes that I can trace back to what might have 
happened that's turned on in the system, to show changes to /etc/group, 
or does that only get captured through an outside backup?


Christopher Wensink
IS Administrator
Five Star Plastics, Inc
1339 Continental Drive
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Office:  715-831-1682
Mobile:  715-563-3112
Fax:  715-831-6075
cwensink at five-star-plastics.com