- Become an administrator.
For more information, see Using Your Assigned Administrative Rights in Securing Users and Processes in Oracle Solaris 11.4.
- Remove a user from the SMB group.
$ smbadm remove-member -m member-name [[-m member-name] ...] group-name
member-name can be specified in the following ways:
The domain name is the domain in which the user can be authenticated. By default, the domain name is the name of the domain that you joined.
The backslash (
\) is a shell special character and must be quoted. For instance, escape the backslash with another backslash: domain
\\username. For more information about handling shell special characters, see the man page for your shell.
For example, to remove user
salesdomain from the
$ smbadm remove-member -m sales\\userone wsales
You can remove a local user from an SMB group in workgroup mode by specifying the Oracle Solaris user name rather than the domain name. For example, to remove local user
solarsystemhost from the
$ smbadm remove-member -m solarsystem\\userone wsales