Maintainign a ubuntu server for a client where they use several file shares through smb.
Fileshares have permisions to user groups and are set to
Lately I get a lot of complaints from users who can't access files and it's always the same, for some reason the permissions of certain files /folders have changed ...
Already using create mask, but maybe I should put
"map archive = no" in the default? Never used this in smb config so not sure what it does?
This is my share config in smb.conf
[file-share-name] writeable = yes path = /home/file-share write list = user1,user2,user3,@usergroup force directory mode = 770 force group = usergroup force create mode = 770 comment = usergroup valid users = user1,user2,user3,@usergroup user = user1,user2,user3,@usergroup create mode = 770 browsable = yes directory mode = 770
Would adding a
"map archive = no" avoid having to reset file permissions the whole time?