[Samba] Logon Script
jbenedet at unm.edu
Fri Aug 23 14:33:01 GMT 2002
Thwe way to do it is to use the root preexec & root postexec commands to
run a script which will dynamically generate the logon script batch file
before sending it down to the client. There is a sample at
http://www.phonax.com, and in Richard Sharpe's Samba book (I think it is a
QUE book). You could also google for it, too.
--On Friday, August 23, 2002 3:52 PM -0700 Barry deFreese
<bdefreese at cox.net> wrote:
> To my knowledge there is no way to establish a drive to a username
> variable under Windows. One thing that you can to is set their home
> directory in the users profile and then do a net use h: /home.
> I could be wrong though...
> Barry deFreese
> On Friday 23 August 2002 03:47 pm, Paul Soulek wrote:
>> I volunteer at a school, where we recently installed Linux on a server,
>> and we run SAMBA. I have a logon script, that makes use of the "net use"
>> command in Windows to map the network drives when a user logs on.
>> Here is what it looks like (from memory, I'm not at school now)
>> net use h: \\SERVERNAME\**USERNAME**
>> net use s: \\SERVERNAME\dropbox
>> net use r: \\SERVERNAME\public_folder
>> I can get the last two commands to work, but how can I get Windows to
>> give me the username as a variable? I tried %U (which is the Linux
>> variable), but what would I insert? Each user has their own home share
>> that I want to map. Thank you!
>> Paul in Minnesota
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