Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 130058
Hide Unreadable hides objects with user ACLs assigned
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:07:03 EST
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Description of problem:
EXT3 partition with ACL support enabled.
Samba configured to authenticate from Active Directory (don't know if
it's a factor).
Share configured with "hide unreadable = yes".
If an ACL is set for an AD user to read (or read and write, or read +
write + execute) a directory or file then the directory or file is
still hidden through Samba.
If an ACL is set for an AD group to read a directory or file then the
directory or file is shown through Samba.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Create share directory (/shares/share1/foo)
2.Share the directory through Samba
path = /shares/share1
read only = no
hide unreadable = yes
3.Grant permissions to directory for user
(setfacl -m u:AD@User1:r /shares/share1/foo)
4.Logon a Windows workstation to AD.
5.Browse to the share (\\Sambaserver\share1)
Actual Results: Folder foo is not visible
Expected Results: Folder foo should be visible
The permissions still seem to be effective. If I map a drive to the
share and open up a Command Prompt I still can't *see* the directory
but I can use the CD command to enter the directory.
Feel free to contact me for more info (smb.conf, etc.)
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