Hall, Ken (ECCS)
KeHall at exchange.ml.com
Tue May 18 13:11:00 GMT 1999
On this topic, maybe someone can explain a behavior to me. I've read the
docs and I can't find a sensible explanation for it.
I set up a [HOMES] section, each user has a home directory, and in the logon
script I have:
NET USE U: /HOME
I'm almost sure this worked during testing so that my home directory
(/home/ken) got mapped to U:
What's happening, however, is that the [PROFILES] share is being mapped to
U:. I've had to add specific commands to make sure the home directory is
mapped to U, and now the command "NET USE P: /HOME" maps to [PROFILES].
Is this the way it's supposed to behave?
It's Samba 2.0.3 on Redhat 5.2.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul L. Lussier [SMTP:plussier at baynetworks.com]
> Sent: Monday, May 17, 1999 5:50 PM
> To: Multiple recipients of list
> Subject: Re: Drive namings...
> You probably want to look at the logon script stuff and use roaming
> Setting up Samba to map a users home directory to a drive letter can be
> using the [homes] section in the smb.conf. Additionally, the '%'
> (specifically %U, I think) will come in handy for this.
> Read the docs that come with Samba and get John Blair's book as well.
> plussier at baynetworks.com
> Broadband Technology Division - Bay Networks (now a Nortel Company, Eh? :)
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