I have a very strange question. We are using software on multiple clients
wich requires the same drive but with its own data.
Pc1 en pc2: needs the same share: \\SERVER\D. Also the folders need to be
the same name. So I played around with the caps and made each pc the owner
of his map.
Pc 1 has the share \\SERVER\D with a lot of folders but for eg the folder
data must have different files than on pc2. So I made user pc1 owner of
data and pc2 owner of Data pc 3 is owner of DAta and this worked well with
windows 98. On the share I put on hide unreadable=yes in the samba.conf.
So when a pc access his share he sees the data map with its own data.
But now I reinstalled my clients to windows 2000. After a while the folders
become Access Denied. I'm using samba 2.2.3a-12.3 for Debian.
Does someone knows a solution for this.
Or is there another method to provide a pc other data with the same
sharename on the server. So \\SERVER\D1 and \\SERVER\D2 is not a solution.
They must have the same shares...