The profiles sthick
slitt at troubleshooters.com
Tue Nov 16 21:58:22 GMT 1999
If I read your question right, I think it's because the default for logon
path is \\%N\%U\profile, and in the presence of a typical [homes] share,
the home directory is mapped to a share named after the username.
The plot thickens in 2.0.6, where logon path is ignored unless you revert
the two lp_logon_home() calls in ipc.c back to the 2.0.5a lp_logon_path().
At 08:07 AM 11/17/1999 +1100, you wrote:
>what is the deal with profiles.
>If I log on to Win95, and I do not have logon path set in Samba, Win95
>still finds my profiles in H:\profile. H: is my home directory.
>Does this still have problems because Windows keeps hold of that share
>Richard Sharpe, sharpe at ns.aus.com, Master Linux Administrator :-),
>Samba (Team member, www.samba.org), Ethereal (Team member, www.zing.org)
>Co-author, SAMS Teach Yourself Samba in 24 Hours
>Author: First Australian 5-day, intensive, hands-on Linux SysAdmin course
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