Fedora - using the @ symbol in the smb.conf to point to a group.



If I have a groups called managers_ in fedora with three users is this the correct syntax to add to the smb.conf?
I want them all to have read/write access.

[management]
      path = /users folders/management
      valid users = @managers_
      read only = no
      browseable = no
      create mask = 0775
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farzanjConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Yes, @ represents groups
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