AW: samba tng ignores %U
lars at kneschke.de
Sun Apr 23 16:44:59 GMT 2000
> what happens when you type in an incorrect password but a correct user?
Windows NT tells me, that i can't login because there is no workstation
account or the password for the workstation account is wrong. If i enter the
right password i can login normaly.
> only do this if you don't mind possibly having to power-cycle your m/c.
What is a m/c? Anyway, i didn't need to reboot something. :-)
> On Mon, 24 Apr 2000, Lars Kneschke wrote:
> > Hello!
> > The current samba tng ignores the %U parameter in smb.conf.
> > This is from my smb.conf.
> > [global]
> > logon path = \\KNECKE\profile\%U
> > The profile goes to \\KNECKE\profile\... and not to
> > \\KNECKE\profile\<username>\... . This is not so optimal,
> because every user
> > has the same profile! :-)
> > But is was able to create workstation trust accounts with samedit and to
> > login in to the samba controlled doamain from my laptop. So far so good.
> > Cu
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