How do I disable the SID security check for folder redirections with Group Policy? This isn't about weakening security, but rather about having Active Directory and Samba play nicely together.
I have a kerberized REALM-trusted Samba server. Users can read and write what they're supposed to be able to read and write to. Users can't read and write what they're not supposed to be able to read and write to. However, if I try to use it for Folder redirection I get errors like the following.
EventData FromFolder RoamingAppData ToFolder \\samba.example.com\home\username\.AppData Options 0x9219 Error Can't create folder "\\samba.example.com\home\username\.AppData" ErrorDetails This security ID may not be assigned as the owner of this object.
The roaming profile does not have the same problem, but I had to enable:
Computuer Configuration \ Administrative Templates \ System \ User Profiles \ Do not check for user ownership of Roaming Profile Folders
Is there an equivelent setting for folder redirection that I have overlooked?