Documentation logon path
Heinrich.Mislik at univie.ac.at
Thu Sep 29 11:22:04 GMT 2005
this is quoted from man smb.conf
> Windows clients can sometimes maintain a connection to
> the [homes] share, even though there is no user logged
> in. Therefore, it is vital that the logon path does not
> include a reference to the homes share (i.e. setting
> this parameter to \%N\%U\profile_path will cause
This is rather unclear to me and besides here is on '\' missing at
the beginning. I think it should read:
(i.e. setting this parameter to \\%N\homes\profile_path will cause
> This option takes the standard substitutions, allowing
> you to have separate logon scripts for each user or
> Do not quote the value. Setting this as
> ``\\%N\profile\%U'' will break profile handling.
Since quotes are not special within sbm.conf this ist true for any
other option as well. Why mention it here?
> Note that this option is only useful if Samba is set up as a
> logon server.
> Default: logon path = \\%N\%U\profile
> Example: logon path = >\\PROFILESERVER\PROFILE\%U
------------------------^ What does this mean?
thanks for yout attention
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