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The precise answer to your question is yes
, but your post is quite unclear. If you simply want read-only access for particular users then specify that in smb.conf, make the directory owned by root with a group to which the users belong, and with permissions 750.
If more help is needed please explain more clearly what access you want for what classes of users.