Hi, I have an weird (I think) permissions issue I noticed when coming across editing some text files. Here's the symptom.
- NASBOX with OMV 4.1.23-1 with with 4 drives -- shareddisk1/2/3/4.
- multiple Windows 10 clients - Win10PC1/2/3... running Win 10 1903 Pro and Home versions.
Symptom (Recreation of Steps):
- I create a sample1.txt to shareddisk1 from Win10PC1.
- I can open, copy, move, delete the sample.txt from Win10PC2, Win10PC3, and on, BUT
- I cannot edit the sample1.txt from Win10PC2/3 -- I get a permissions error message.
However, if I do the change scenarios slightly -- create a sample2.txt from Win10PC1 on shareddisk2/3/4, I have no problems editing the same file on Win10PC2/3.
In addition, if I create another sample3.txt from Win10PC2/3 to sharedisk1, I can edit that same file from Win10PC1 .
Steps I've tried to resolve:
- On Win10 PCs, I have:
* made sure the all the network is on same workgroup
* enabled Function Discovery Provider, Function Discovery Provider Host, SSDP, and UPnP Device Host
* enabled all SMB1.0/CIFS File Sharing support and SMB Direct features
* clients are all on Private Network
* turned on network discovery
* turned on file and printer sharing
* turned off password protected sharing
- On the OMV box, I have:
* under SMB/CIFS shared folder options - "acl allow execute always = yes" on the extra options.
All the shareddisks are setup/shared in the same way EXCEPT that sharedisk1 is EXT4 file system, and others are NTFS. Perhaps this is the cause of something (ACL options maybe??) But I don't know what else to try at this point.
Any help would be appreciated: