Drive mappings

Mark Haney mhaney at
Fri Mar 2 11:46:38 GMT 2001

Is it possible that the Z: drive was statically mapped?  That's about the
only way I can think of that the drive mapping still show up with the login
script diabled.  I have never seen it otherwise. Try disconnecting that
mapping and logging in again.

Hope this helps.

-----Original Message-----
From: samba-ntdom-admin at
[mailto:samba-ntdom-admin at]On Behalf Of Martin Eggens
Sent: Friday, March 02, 2001 2:13 AM
To: samba-ntdom at
Subject: Drive mappings


I'm using samba 2.2.0alpha on Linux and made it a PDC.
I was successfull in creating a logon script that is executed by an NT

One strange thing happens now....
In the logon script I do somethin like :

NET USE M: \\donald\martin

Now the share /home/martin is mapped to the M: drive at the NT4 Workstation,
also a mapping is made to Z:

When I remove the line from the logon script then also the mapping to Z: is
still there.
Does samba automatically map the home directory of the user to Z:......or is
there some
configuration paramter to overcome this problem?

Best regards,
Martin Eggens
eggens at

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