the test : we share a directory with samba. In this directory we have another directory on which we apply under unix some security command : chown, chgrp by using domain users or domain group. We verify on the samba client if we cannot access to the directory depending on the rights given to the second level directory
we can share directory for domain group and for domain user : it works
we can attrib security to domain user by "chown domain_user directory" : it works
we can type "chgrp domain_group directory" : this command is accepted. But even if a user belongs to this domain_group, he cannot open the directory
The only group with which it works is "Domain users".
We try with security=domain and security=ads : same result.
We have tested this samba configuration on another machine under Linux : everything works well.
Is there problem with winbind and Solaris?
Thanks for your help.
What do the "id -a username" and the "file /usr/local/samba/sbin/smbd" say?