Am Sonntag, den 14.06.2009, 17:10 +0200 schrieb Mathieu Bridon > The way it is done right now, you have a system that might give too > few permissions to some users. If that causes a problem, you'll notice > it, and you can correct it in a very simple way (uncomment one line > and add a user to a group). > > However, if we change the default, you have a system that may be > giving too much permissions to some users depending on your taste. And > the worse part is that you (as an admin) might not even know it ! > > IMHO, stricter by default in such a case is better. It's easier to add > permissions, open holes when you need them, rather than having to > chase some opened-by-default holes you don't even know about. Full ACK. Stricter by default is definitely better, changing on little line is not too hard. Charles Butterfield wrote: > Samba (outbound) browsing requires firewall mods So, solving this is pretty easy, even for newbies. But I agree that the error message will not help someone without advanced knowledge. Although I think people running Samba generally will know where to look for the problem.
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