Samba & OS/2: NETLOGON.BAT vs. NETLOGON.CMD?
ssnyder at indy.net
Tue Jan 27 02:57:11 GMT 1998
My Linux-based (RedHat v4.2 / kernel v2.0.32) LAN has both Win95 (OSR2) and
OS/2 (Warp4) clients. I've configured Samba (v1.9.17p4, soon to be
v1.9.18p2) to do domain logons and the logon scripting works fine on my
Now I would like to take advantage of Samba's logon scripting when booting
into OS/2 as well. Samba requires the name of a specific script file. The
sticking point, though, is that I need to execute a *.BAT file for the
Win95 clients and a *.CMD file for the OS/2 clients.
Now that I've got the script NETLOGON.BAT working for my Win95 clients, how
do I tell Samba that it is NETLOGON.CMD that is to be executed when booting
***** Steve Snyder *****
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