Fairly new to Rokstor, but not Linux. I’ve been running Linux of various flavors for 20 years. At any rate, I digress. I’ve set up Rockstor. It boots and runs fine. What I don’t understand is user management for Samba Shares. It seems to give only one option and that is to add each user to a folder as an admin user and then they can write data into the folder. Is that correct? is that the only way to control access to a samba share? I won’t even get into the fact that I can connect with a Windows 10 client to that share, but cannot with a Linux client. I spent days on that and gave up in the end.
The only real user access control that I can see is user/group ownership at the subvolume level.
Am I correct in thinking user/share management still needs a lot of work? I’m dropping this unit into a Windows environment which should work, I hate to set up users as admin users on all folders. I may want some folders viewable, but not writeable. Nothing seems to be clear, documentation on the subject is lacking significantly.
Is there a document somewhere on how the security model is supposed to work?