[Samba] Issues with Samba
dkrnic at lycos.com
Wed Dec 4 11:38:01 GMT 2002
Great hint! I only had a few dozens of workstations to visit in the
initial phase but when we take Berlin "NTConfig.POL" will be used;-).
I'll find more about how to deploy it.
Thanks a lot, John.
On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 23:32:55
John H Terpstra wrote:
>On Tue, 3 Dec 2002, Dragan Krnic wrote:
>> Good news, John! Profile migration tool is an answered prayer.
>> But this is a slightly different thread. Karl Keogh here would like
>> to give his users more rights because otherwise some apps won't
>> run. By power user he probably means Administrators. So I
>> suggested to join the group of authorized users (in a German
>> locale it's "NT-AUTHORITÄT") to the local Administrator group.
>This needs to be set either on each workstation individually, by
>making the domain user a member of the local administrator group, or
>else by creating an NTConfig.POL file using the NT Group Policy
>Editor that sets makes the user a member of the local workstation
>administrator group. You may have to first create the policy editor
>template to do this. You then place this NTCOnfig.POL file in the
>root of the "netlogon" share. Then automatically, as the user logs
>on, he/she will gain local administrator rights and privilidges.
>- John T.
>> On Mon, 2 Dec 2002 23:06:31
>> John H Terpstra wrote:
>> >In my last reply I forgot to mention that Andrew Bartlett and I
>> >reviewed the process for copying a user profile last week. When
>> >he gets back from his vacations he will document the process for
>> >Samba users. We are considering a Unix tool to facilitate this
>> >process. No promises though.
>> >- John T.
>> >On Mon, 2 Dec 2002, Dragan Krnic wrote:
>> >> > 2. I would like the roaming users when they log on to
>> >> > windows 2000 machines to have power user rights , as
>> >> > I notice that other application do not run .
>> >> On W2K add NT-AUTHORITY group to Administrators group.
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