Brief questions :-)
David A. Mason
damason at davenet.mine.nu
Wed Mar 14 21:59:57 GMT 2001
This issue is not a Samba-specific issue, but rather a workstation issue.
As far as I've been able to tell, this happens when a task that is part of
the user's session is taking its time ending. However, I'm not sure.
> 4) Here's another annoying problem and I don't know who to blame, NT or
> Samba. Occasionally when a user selects something from the Shut Down
> menu, the screen will do its "fade" and the hourglass appears, but at that
> point everything just seems to sit still. I can press ALT+F4 and the fade
> and hourglass will go away as if nothing ever happened. I'm forced to use
> CTRL+ALT+DEL and select either Logoff or Shut Down. What could be causing
> that? It doesn't seem to do that with local accounts.
I've never seen that behaviour, I'm afraid.
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