Login Script & access to Win95 shares across SAMBA

Patrick Ouellette ouellep at algonquincollege.com
Tue Oct 10 16:07:23 GMT 2000

At 02:20 PM 10/10/2000 +0200, you wrote:
>Hm, why do you connect to a samba server with your logon script beeing on 
>an NT box?

Because it's a lot easier to share 2 NICs on a Linux box and add a proxy to 
it than it is in Win95 :)

>You could try to mount the file structureof your NT box where the netlogon
>files reside (usually %SystemRoot%\system32\repl\import\, IIRC) with
>smbmount and point your samba netlogon share to this mounted directory..
>This is _not_ tested by me, only an idea, though. :)

Thought about that, but I'm certain there's a bit more too it here - they 
tend to overcomplicate the simple stuff.

>What do you mean by in between?

Win95 box -> Linux/SAMBA (2 nic) -> NT Network
All using 100 Mbit NICs, internal net of 192.168.1.*, external net of 


Patrick Ouellette

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