profiles and policies
nkoss at dr.com
Mon Nov 20 23:58:51 GMT 2000
Sorry, this is not clear. Do you mean just to add 2 statements to my
[global] section? These refer to my Win98 computer of course. What disk do
I put in place of your 'E:'? And what did you mean that you have no
'profile directories on our server drive'? Sorry for the dumb questions...
At 09:40 AM 11/20/00 +0100, Hergen Lange wrote:
>I remeber we just took following two parameters to smb.conf global section
>LOGON DRIVE =E:
>LOGON PATH =
>Yes it's empty. We have no profile directories on our server drive.
>We are using WIN-NT and Samba 2.0.7
>Neal Koss schrieb:
>> Each time I log into the Samba network, The system seems to be copying a
>> large number of files from the Server to the client computer. I would
>> prefer that this not occur.
>> My setup is just a small network and I do not require roaming profiles, but
>> I would like to see more rapid logons and logoffs. I use Windows 98 for my
>> clients and FreeBSD 4.1.1 on the gateway computer running Samba.
>> Thank you
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