1 Reply Latest reply: May 4, 2010 11:50 AM by Jeff Lambert
Jeff Lambert Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)
Hi,

After finding a workaround to another issue I'm having with AFP, I've decided to connect my clients through SMB. Being the guinea pig, I'm testing this on my mac first which is running SL 10.6.3, the Server is running 10.6.2. When I connect through SMB, the Share points doesn't show as a remote server, but as a folder, is that normal? Second, it has a locked sign on it has well as on most of it's content, which I can browse, even it it says it's locked or rather that I don't have the permissions to access its content. So how do I fix this so that I can see a regular mounted sharepoint, and that see the correct folder icon, or how do I fix the permission in SMB? I'm using ACL with the workgroup default for my main group in SL serveur.

TIA
Jeff

iMac 24", core 2 duo, 2.8Ghz, Mac OS X (10.6.3), 4Gb RAM
  • Jeff Lambert Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)
    Just an update on this, I just figured out that you had to change the POSIX permission, or at least I that was the problem since it fixed it. Now though, the folder permission gets a bit more tricky. I can create a folder from computer A, save a document to that folder from computer B, open, edit and save from computer A that same document. But If I create a document on computer A, in a folder created also on computer A, I can't drag and drop that document in the finder to a folder created by computer B. Weird huh?
    Any help would be great on this!
    TIA
    Jeff