I have an issue that I;m going round in circles with, I hope you can help.
The Set up:
Server 1 (CIFS Client) - CentOS 6.3 AD integrated uing Samba/Winbind & idmap_ad Server 2 (CIFS Server) - CentOS 6.3 AD integrated uing Samba/Winbind & idmap_ad
All users (apart from root) are AD authenticated and this, including groups, etc works happily.
I have created a share on Server 2:
[share2] path = /srv/samba/share2 writeable = yes
Permissions on the share:
drwxrwx---. 2 root domain users 4096 Oct 12 09:21 share2
I can log into a Windows machine as user5 (member of domain users) and everything works as it should, for example: If I create a file it shows the correct permissions and attributes on both the MS and the Linux sides.
Where I Fall Down:
I mount the share on Server 1 using:
# mount //server2/share2 /mnt/share2/ -o username=cifsmount,password=blah,domain=blah
Or using fstab:
//server2/share2 /mnt/share2 cifs credentials=/blah/.creds 0 0
This mounts fine, but....
If I su, or log onto server 1 as a normal user (say user5) and try to create a file I get:
#touch test touch test touch: cannot touch `test': Permission denied
Then if I check the folder the file was created but as the cifsmount user:
-rw-r--r--. 1 cifsmount domain users 0 Oct 12 09:21 test
I can rename, delete, move or copy stuff around as user5, I just can't create anything, what am I doing wrong?
I'm guessing it's something to do with the mount action as when I log onto server2 as user5 and access the folder locally it all works as it should.
Can anyone point me in the right direction?