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Rights Management Capabilities

Samba 3.0.11 introduced support for the Windows privilege model. This model allows certain rights to be assigned to a user or group SID. In order to enable this feature, enable privileges = yes must be defined in the global section of the smb.conf file.

Currently, the rights supported in Samba-3 are listed in ???. The remainder of this chapter explains how to manage and use these privileges on Samba servers.

Table14.1.Current Privilege Capabilities

Privilege Description

SeMachineAccountPrivilege

Add machines to domain

SePrintOperatorPrivilege

Manage printers

SeAddUsersPrivilege

Add users and groups to the domain

SeRemoteShutdownPrivilege

Force shutdown from a remote system

SeDiskOperatorPrivilege

Manage disk share

SeTakeOwnershipPrivilege

Take ownership of files or other objects

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