Help w/ ACL editing on Windows

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  1. altano

    altano Active Member

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    I setup a OmniOS/napp-it VM (using the napp-in-one ESXi image) and I'm trying to wrap my head around ACLs but I am experiencing what I *think* is a bug.

    When I try to edit the ACLs from a Windows machine the Windows Object Picker dialog will NOT let me type a user's name in. I tried 'name', 'hostname\name', and 'HOSTNAME\name' but none of those work.

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    If I instead click "Advanced" and "Find now" I can enumerate all the users and select the user from the list. This adds that user to the Object Picker dialog as 'HOSTNAME\name' and I can then edit ACLs for that user.

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    What am I doing wrong here? :( This must be something specific to OmniOS that I am not typing correctly as this is how Windows permissions usually work: you can either type 'name' with the location set to the domain or you can type DOMAIN\name manually.
     
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  2. gea

    gea Well-Known Member

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    Can you please add your Windows and OmniOS release and if you are in AD or workgroup mode

    What I have seen with Windows 10 Pro 1709 german and OmniOS 151024r in workgroup mode
    when I connect a SMB share via \\ip as user root and want then add permissions to a file via

    properties > security > edit > add then
    advanced > search now I got a list of all users and groups

    When I select a user ex paul on 192.168.1.2 and confirm I get a
    Windows security prompt: Error on searching for usernames to display

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    SMB Settings
    netbios_enable=true

    User guest created and activated
    User root with SMB password


    When I do the same with a hostname ex \\nas01 instead of \\ip it works
    (required a manual dns entry in my case)

    In AD domain mode it works with the ip

    I am not sure if this a bug, as intended or a Windows problem?
    (and I have only not seen yet as I use AD). I have placed a question at the Illumos list and hope for an answer

    If it does not work with your Windows (Home has problems and I have heard of enterprise with problems) you can try my acl extension to set permissions via napp-it
     
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  3. altano

    altano Active Member

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    > Can you please add your Windows and OmniOS release and if you are in AD or workgroup mode

    Info:
    * Windows = Windows 10 Pro Version 1709
    * OmniOS = v11 r151024j
    * netbios_enable=true
    * I'm in workgroup mode

    > When I do the same with a hostname ex \\nas01 instead of \\ip it works
    Darn, I'm already doing it by hostname =\

    I also tried doing it as both root and as my user (connecting manually via `net use`) and I tried it via the normal Explorer security dialog AND via the Network Shares admin snap-in.

    > I am not sure if this a bug, as intended or a Windows problem?
    *shrug*. I've never seen this behavior before but who knows!

    > (and I have only not seen yet as I use AD).
    I've been procrastinating setting up a domain controller for my house. My main gripe is that you have to use the domain controller for DNS on all your machines and I don't have anything in the house that has good enough uptime for that. *shrug*

    Can I by any chance use Azure Active Directory and have napp-it just use Active Directory for the usernames/passwords and NOT anything else (such as DNS)?

    > I have placed a question at the Illumos list and hope for an answer
    Thank you so much!
     
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