Problem with access to mounted network SMB resource.
The network resource on section FAT32 in WinXP SP2 with a name shar_dir_1 and is created with the right of access for group Everyone.
We mount this resource in Linux SuSE 10.0
mount -t smbfs -o username=tridge, password=foobar // machine_name/shar_dir_1 /mnt/smb_resource_1
Further we can look through and edit contents of a directory smb_resource_1
We check - all OK.
However it is necessary to ensure a minimum level of privacy for a network resource
We create a network resource on section FAT32 in WinXP SP2 with a name shar_dir_2 and with the right of access for the member of the domain Domain_Name (Windows machine is the member of this domain, and INIX machine itís PDC)
We mount again created resource on a directory smb_resource_2
mount -t smbfs -o username=user_name, password=user_password // machine_name/shar_dir_2 /mnt/smb_resource_2
The mount operation was executed successfully. In log there are no error messages.
However directory smb_resource_2 became inaccessible.
As a result of a command ls is received the following:
/bin/ls: smb_resource_2: Permission Denied
I have a problem with delegacy of the rights
I tried to change the user from the member of the domain on local Administrator of Windows machine.
I tried to change variants in Security Policy: Network Security: LAN Manager authentication level