Win98 Logon Script Question
rickera2 at SLU.EDU
Tue Sep 25 09:28:02 GMT 2001
I have my samba PDC mapping the drives just fine. I am using 2.2.1a with the
following smb.conf configurations:
logon script = ###.bat (this must be in the netlogon folder)
logon path = \\%L\Profiles\%U (%L server netbios name, %U username)
Hope this helps.
> I have a logon script STARTUP.BAT It's working great except for when
> Windows 98/Me clients login it's not mapping the users home directory
> to an H: drive.
> Here is STARTUP.BAT
> NET TIME \\MOUSE /SET /YES
> NET USE H: \\MOUSE\%USERNAME%
> NET USE M: \\MORPHEUS\PUBLIC
> NET USE N: \\NEO\ZION
> NET USE O: \\MOUSE\PUBLIC
> As you can see the second command: uses the %USERNAME% Variable to
> map the username to the users home directory on the Samba Server.
> However this is working great for my NT and W2K clients it's just the
> 98/Me clients that are having problems.
> I know this isn't really a Linux question and more of an NT question,
> but I thought someone on this list may have a quick solution.
> Oh, I was using the Global parameters:
> logon path = \\%N\profiles
> logon drive = H:
> logon home = \\%N\%u
> Which was working however I didn't want to use roaming profiles, so I
> did away with those and know I'm trying to find a way for windows
> 98/Me clients to map their home directories from the STARTUP.BAT file
> without having individual BAT files.
> Curtis Strite
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