The authentication seems OK to access the services, but when we change the group of a directory (with the unix command chgrp), a user cannot access this directory, even if this user belong to the same group as directory.
Two directories have exactly the same owner the same group the same mask (0770 drwxrwx---).
ls -al /user2/corp/domain-users/testlrn
drwxrwx--- 2 root fr-tmn-esiri 4096 Feb 21 08:54 .
ls -al /user1/sf1rennes/t91/corp/lrn
drwxrwx--- 2 root fr-tmn-esiri 512 Feb 21 10:46 .
The directories are shared by samba with winbind.
A windows user who belongs to the domain group "fr-tmn-esiri" can access to one directory but not to the other (access denied).
We don't understand why.
The difference is one is on a local filesystem the other is on a nfs filesystem.
Thanks for your help.
For the comment #1 it is with Redhat EL5 samba 3.0.25b-0.el5.4
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 5276 ***