Win2K3 server, unable to delete files and directories


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Guest

This is a recent problem, afaik, we've done nothing new to the server.

10.4 Mac connecting to Win2K3 server share, either via afp or smb, the user
is unable to delete some folders.

The user in question is the owner of the folder, and through group
membership, has Full control of the folder.

But when trying to delete the folder you get the following errors:

smb: "The operation cannot be completed because you do not have sufficient
privileges for some of the items."

afp: "The operation could not be completed because an unexpected error
occurred. Error -61"

I've found nothing in the server Event log of relevance.

In the Mac's syslog I get :

Aug 4 14:27:12 bruce-johnsons-power-mac-g4-agp-graphics kernel[0]:
smb_maperr32: no direct map for 32 bit server error (0xc0000121)

For a failure on the smb connection; no syslog error is generated by the afp
connection.
 
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William Smith

bruce johnson said:
Error -61


This is a write permissions error. Since the problem occurs through both
SMB and AFP, the problem is most likely with permissions on your server.

Although your user has full permissions via the group, you might try
looking at the Effective Permissions for the user on the object to
verify this.

Hope this helps! bill
 
G

Guest

William Smith said:
This is a write permissions error. Since the problem occurs through both
SMB and AFP, the problem is most likely with permissions on your server.

Although your user has full permissions via the group, you might try
looking at the Effective Permissions for the user on the object to
verify this.

Both the user and myself show up in effective permissions as having full
access.

This is most peculiar.
 
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Mac permissions are different than NTFS (ACL)

try:
macfile directory /path:..... /permissions:11111100011

then check the permissions on the server.

remove all uninheritaded from the parent.
uncheck inherite then check it again click okay

sometimes the translator miss interperates the ACL

2003 and 2000 handles AFP in the same manner.
 

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