SAMBA 2.0 and SP5

Seth Vidal skvidal at
Fri Oct 8 20:18:42 GMT 1999

where does your Desktop dir save to?

it doesn't frequently save to your network unless specifically 
tell it save it there.

My registry entries put z:\desktop as there desktop dir.

where are you saving their profiles? on or off their homedirs?

> but then, when they move to another system, and with roaming active, the
> profile that is pulled up is different then from the other system.
> This is how wierd it is:  We have one system (NT4 SP4) that the user has
> a large custom background picture that gets transfered to the server
> every logoff.  The systems that we have that are NT4 SP5 can have
> nice backgrounds, but when they logoff, that information is not stored
> anywhere like it was with SP3 and SP4.  Icon and links are gone, and
> sometimes
> other profile information is missing.  It is very strange.  It doesn't
> bother
> me too badly because we hardly find reason to change from system to
> system, but
> dog-gone.  There are a couple of times when I have logged into systems
> and I 
> would like to have a "consistent" interface between them (or as
> consistent as
> M$ will allow).  It seems that a few people are facing this problem.  


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