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I work in a compagny and i encounter a problem with the samba trash.When i delete a file from our network directory, the file don't move to the samba trash directory. But, the server create the same samba tree like the orginal file. It's more simple with a example.This is the file i delete to my samba tree S:departementgestion_informatiqueinformatiquecommut est.txt.This is the samba tree that the server create at the moment when i delete my file : @IPcorbeilledepartementgestion_informatiqueinformatiquecommun

The problem is here : We want the file test.txt into this trash tree and it isn't.This is the Samba trash configuration :

# Samba Trash
#--------------------------------------------
# http://samba.org/samba/docs/man/Samba3-HOWTO/VFS.html

[code]....

The samba trash work for an another site of our company.

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