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Oracle Linux: Windows Permissions Not Working on Glusterfs Samba Share "Extended ACL on Samba Share" (Doc ID 2747830.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 02, 2021

Applies to:

Linux OS - Version Oracle Linux 7.0 and later
Linux x86-64



Samba file share is created based on Glusterfs with NFS-ganehsa setup. The server joined to Active Directory using samba windbind. The samba share is accessible from Windows clients without any issues. Users are able to access the files without any issues.

Issue: The permissions applied from Windows machine are not honored. Means, created deny rule in windows AD server for users from accessing specific files in the samba share. But the denied users are still able to access the files for which they do not have permissions.

Below is the samba configuration.



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