Migrating profile from NT server to Linux Samba PDF
don_mccall at hp.com
Tue Mar 20 13:55:49 GMT 2001
Sure, its been done. In fact, the book "Using Samba" from O'Reilly,
pg. 194 talks about HOW to set up Samba to using roaming profiles. If
MIGRATING your user profiles from an NT server, it just means that after you
set up samba with the appropriat paths and directories to serve profiles to
clients, instead of CREATING them, you can just copy them to the appropriate
directories on your Linux Samba server.
If you are going to be administering the Samba server, I would highly
you get one of the following books - it will really help you out:
"Using Samba" from O'Reilly (this is also available immediately for your
html format at http://www.samba.org/samba/oreilly/using_samba
There is also "Teaching Yourself Samba in 24 hours" from SAMS
"Using Samba" Special Edition from Richard Sharpe
You can get any of these from Amazon.com, or other online bookstores.
In the meantime, check out the reference above in the "Using Samba" on the
site and see if that will get you started - if you run into problems getting
work from the examples there, give us a holler!
Hope this helps,
From: Martin Pineault [mailto:mpineault at osginformatique.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2001 8:33 AM
To: samba-ntdom at us5.samba.org
Subject: TR: Migrating profile from NT server to Linux Samba PDF
Can't believe no one has done that before? No one has change from NT server
to Linux and wan to keep their profile?
Please... Thank you.
De : Martin Pineault [mailto:mpineault at osginformatique.com]
Envoyé : 15 mars, 2001 14:02
À : 'samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org'
Objet : Migrating profile from NT server to Linux Samba PDF
HowTo Migrate profiles from NT server to Linux Samba PDF?
Does anyone have a clue. Even if it's manually since we have few user.
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