IF MEMBER OF "GROUP" THEN
barry at arhosting.com
Thu Sep 27 06:16:03 GMT 2001
yes, we are using %g in the mapping of primary group based f drives, but
these scripts I want to run I don't want to base on primary group.
From: Mike Rees [mailto:samba at glanymor.carms.sch.uk]
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2001 5:40 AM
To: barry at arhosting.com
Subject: Re:IF MEMBER OF "GROUP" THEN
You can specify the file that is executed when a user logs on in smb.conf.
logon script = logon.bat
This normally resides in the netlogon share on the server.
Instead of using a specific file you can pass a parameter too.
logon script = %g.bat (This passes the primary group of the user)
So user Mr History from group teacher would execute teacher.bat and Miss
Secretary from group staff would execute staff.bat.
In our setup we first execute group scripts using the above, within this
file we check for the existence of a file called user.bat(make these read
in the user's home directory (after mounting it) so that we can set up
Hope this helps
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From: "Barry Smoke" <barry at arhosting.com>
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Sent: 26 September 2001 22:06
Subject: IF MEMBER OF "GROUP" THEN
> IF MEMBER OF "GROUP" THEN
> I have seen these types of login scripts on novell servers before, but it
> a dos command....
> is there any way to get this type of script to work under samba?
> How does dos check to see what groups a logged in user is a member of?
> What Variables if any does samba pass to the win9x client to set these?
> Barry Smoke
> Network Administrator
> Bryant Public Schools
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