Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Wed Nov 12 18:15:14 GMT 1997
On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Seth Vidal wrote:
> I was playing with logon scripts today and I was wondering something.
> I had my logon scripts defined as %G\%U.bat
> to decrease administration I tried
> logon script = global.bat %U %G
> trying to pass variables to the batch file.
> why does this not work.
> When I do it NO logon script runs under win95.
> When I take off the %U %G then the script runs.
> is their anyway to pass these parameters to the script?
> and if not why not?
i think that the latest versions of samba have macro substitutions
carried out on the actual .bat file before it is downloaded to the client.
try putting NET TIME \\%L /SET /YES^M in the actual "global.bat" file, using
if that doesn't work, it will be a very simple matter to put a few lines
of code in yourself, to do this substitution. i believe that you will be
able to find the location yourself by doing "grep lp_logon_script *.c
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