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Re: samba Digest, Vol 180, Issue 29

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Good evening!
Thanks to help me Rowland, Let me tell you that I'm using Samba 4.3.0pre1-GIT-6bbfb09 on centos 6.6 (it was installed in 2014. 
The domain users is a member of domain admins group but the action is on Remote Server Administrative Tool (RSAT for Windows 10).
How can I upgrade to Samba4 last version.

Note: Sorry, my english is not good!
José Fermín Francisco Ferreras Registered User #579535 (LinuxCounter.net)

    El martes, 26 de diciembre de 2017 8:00:49 a. m. AST, <[hidden email]> escribió:  
 
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Good evening!
I have installed samba 4.3.0pre1-GIT-6bbfb09 on centos 6.6 like active directory and domain controller.
It turns out that, the past wednesday I lost  the administrative permissions of theadministrator and domain admins users.
When I try to make a change at Remote Server Administration tool over one domain user says this: " the access rights are insufficient to carry out this operation." . But the user that I using is a domain admins user.
How I Can resolv this??

José Fermín Francisco Ferreras Registered User #579535 (LinuxCounter.net)
On Tue, 26 Dec 2017 01:44:53 +0000 (UTC)
Fermin Francisco via samba <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Good evening!
> I have installed samba 4.3.0pre1-GIT-6bbfb09 on centos 6.6 like

Are you sure about the version ?
If you are, where did you get it from ?
Samba 4.3.x went EOL in March of this year, the latest version is 4.7.4

> active directory and domain controller. It turns out that, the past
> wednesday I lost  the administrative permissions of theadministrator
> and domain admins users. When I try to make a change at Remote Server
> Administration tool over one domain user says this: " the access
> rights are insufficient to carry out this operation." . But the user
> that I using is a domain admins user.

Just because a windows user is a member of a windows group doesn't
mean that the user can do things on Unix.

If you are using 4.3, can I suggest you upgrade to a supported version
and then read this:

 https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Setting_up_a_Share_Using_Windows_ACLs#Granting_the_SeDiskOperatorPrivilege_Privilege

Rowland


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On Wed, 27 Dec 2017 00:56:59 +0000 (UTC)
Fermin Francisco via samba <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Good evening!
> Thanks to help me Rowland, Let me tell you that I'm using
> Samba 4.3.0pre1-GIT-6bbfb09 on centos 6.6 (it was installed in 2014.
> The domain users is a member of domain admins group but the action is
> on Remote Server Administrative Tool (RSAT for Windows 10). How can I
> upgrade to Samba4 last version.

As you are using Samba as an AD DC on centos, you must have compiled it
yourself (or somebody did), so you will need to download the latest
tarball from here:

https://download.samba.org/pub/samba/stable/samba-4.7.4.tar.gz

Unpack it on the DC and then compile it exactly as your running DC was,
hopefully it was just './configure && make && make install', but if it
wasn't, you will have to use the same options with './configure' as you
did originally.

>
> Note: Sorry, my english is not good!

It is definitely better than my take on whatever your language
is, I only speak English :-)

Rowland


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