Bielenberg at t-online.de
Tue Sep 12 23:02:41 GMT 2000
Buchan Milne schrieb:
> Did you change the "User who may access this profile" before copying it
> to the samba PDC. THis is important, and needs to be set to your domain
thanks for your help. Since I was not able to copy the profiles to my
server again and set the rights correctly (but this is an other problem:
Windows tells me 'unknown profile', and this cannot be copied anywhere) I
got help from M$'s Knowledge Base:
Q158682: Shortcuts created under Windows NT 4.0 resolve to UNC paths.
(I got the german version
quotation may be incorrect)
Here they describe that links (I forgot to tell that I tried to open the
programs by clicking on a desktop icon) store the complete 'UNC-path' like
\\<computer>\C$, and the access from another computer fails, for this
absolute path is wrong on any other WS except the one, the link was created
So this is a pure NT problem depending on a well-hidden function of that
OS. It also appears on NT-domains with an NT-server in it.
> Günter Bielenberg wrote:
> > hi all,
> > in a school we have a net of NT-Machines hanging at a Samba server
> > under Linux. It runs samba 2.0.7 on Linux 2.2.14 (Suse 6.4) I made a
> > standard user at one WS, fixed the profile by renaming ntuser.dat to
> > ntuser.man and copied this profile to the logon path at the server.
> > When I now login at another WS as this user, I get my desktop and
> > home directory, but when I try to start one of the
> > M$-Office-programs, which are installed locally at all WSs I get the
> > message 'Falsches Passwort für Netzzugriff' (wrong password). If I
> > type in my admin name and password I get access to the programm.
> > What's wrong with that?
> > In my samba.log I find the following lines:
> > - smbd/nttrans.c: call_nt_transact_ioctl (2516)
> > - call_nt_transact_ioctl: currently not implemented
> > has this something to do with my problem? What does this message
> > mean?
> > thanks in advance
> > Günter
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