Source Priority Failing checks
Set the back-end for storing user information
Medium
A comma-separated list of users allowed to read from the share
Medium
A comma-separated list of users allowed to write to the share
Medium
A comma-separated list of users allowed to access the share
Medium
Server should act as a primary domain controller
Medium
Server should act as a backup domain controller
Medium
Use the 'smbpasswd' file to store user information
Medium
Use the 'passdb.tdb' file to store user information
Medium
The LDAP suffix DN for manipulating the user information on the LDAP server
Medium
Specify the share name.
Medium
Provide the path of a directory to share.
Medium
The entered URL '%1' is invalid
Medium
Back-End Type
Medium
B&ackup Domain Controller (BDC)
Medium
Domain name cannot be empty.
Medium
Really abandon trust relationship
to trusted domain %1?
Medium
Share name cannot be empty.
Medium
Share path cannot be empty.
Medium
Backup (BDC)
Medium
&Expert Global Settings
Medium
User Information Sources
Medium
Cannot create account for user %1.
Medium
To join the domain anonymously, leave the
text entries empty.
Medium
<p>Some of the shares are special. For example, the share
Homes is a special system share for accessing home directories
of users. The system shares can be hidden from the table
by selecting <b>Do Not Show System Shares</b> in the <b>Filter</b>
menu.</p>
Medium
<p>Use <b>Add</b> to add a new share, <b>Edit</b> to modify
already existing share, and <b>Delete</b> to
remove the information about a share.</p>
Medium
<p>The base settings set up the domain and the
server role. <b>Backup Domain Controller</b> and <b>Primary Domain Controller</b> allow Windows clients to log in to a Windows domain. The backup controller
uses another domain controller for validation. The primary controller
uses its own information about users and their passwords.
If the server should not participate as a domain controller, choose the
<b>Not a DC</b> value.</p>
Medium
<p>The <b>Base Settings</b> set up the domain and the
server role. <b>Primary Domain Controller</b> allows Windows clients
to log in to a Windows domain. If the server should not participate
as a domain controller, choose <b>Not a DC</b>.</p>
Medium
<p>To add a new domain into the list, press <b>Add</b>.
Enter the name of the domain to trust
and a password in the dialog that opens. The password is used by the Samba
server to access the trusted domain. After <b>OK</b> is pressed,
the trust relationship is established. To delete a domain,
choose it in the list and press <b>Delete</b>.</p>
Medium
<p><b>Search Base DN</b> (distinguished name) is
the base at which to start searching the information. <b>Administration DN</b> is used when
creating new users and groups. If the administration DN requires
a password for write access, set the password using
<b>Set LDAP Administration Password</b>.</p>
Medium
Enter the server URL.
Medium
Passwords do not match.
Medium
Passwords match.
Medium
Connection successful.
Medium
Idmap Back-End
Medium
Use LDAP &Idmap Back-End
Medium
Initializing...
Medium
Primary Domain Controller
Medium
Reading Samba service settings...
Medium
Reading the back-end settings...
Medium
Cannot write settings to /etc/samba/smb.conf.
Medium
Global Configuration:
Medium
Samba server is disabled
Medium
Share Configuration:
Medium