Greg J. Zartman greg at
Mon Mar 19 08:14:22 GMT 2001


Depending on the amount of flexibility that you'd like to provide your
clients, I think you have a few options:

1) Set up a mandatory profile (you could have one or many).  The profile
would have a standardized start menu for all.

2) Build a startup script that is called by your login script to build a
start menu for you.  If I were to do this, I'd store the start menu on the
server and have the startup script copy if over the existing start menu.

3) This may be able to be done with policies, but now sure about that.

Good luck.


----- Original Message -----
From: <eder at>
To: <samba-ntdom at>
Sent: Monday, March 19, 2001 3:40 AM
Subject: Profiles

> We have 50 machines win98 and a server  with samba 2.0.7 in a laboratory.
> client machines must have the same start menu to all of users, but not the
> same profiles. How can I do that!
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