Samba & Win2K logon: All or nothing?
p.j.reid at earthling.net
Wed Oct 17 05:40:03 GMT 2001
I have my domain set up with profiles on the local machine. Just remove the
profiles share and you are in business.
Note that win2k will create a directory called steve.SNYDERNET in your
"Documents and Settings" dir. You will have to sync this dir with your other
From: samba-admin at lists.samba.org [mailto:samba-admin at lists.samba.org]On
Behalf Of Steve Snyder
Sent: October 16, 2001 6:05 PM
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Samba & Win2K logon: All or nothing?
The effort to run a Samba (v2.2.1a, on Linux) logon script at Win2K logon
User name: steve
Local machine name: PLUTO
Network domain name: SNYDERNET
If I log on as PLUTO\steve the netlogon script doesn't run. Sigh.
If I log on as SNYDERNET\steve the netlogon script executes as it should
(finally!) but Win2K also wants to keep my profile on the network. Arrg!
What I want is to keep my user profiles on the client machine, yet still
have the network's logon script execute when I log into the local machine.
Do I really have to live with this all-or-nothing network use?
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