[Samba] Can't create profile directory
mevissen at freeler.nl
Wed Jun 26 04:57:03 GMT 2002
----- Original Message -----
>From: "Sylvestre Taburet" <staburet at mandrakesoft.com>
>To: "Wim Mevissen" <mevissen at freeler.nl>; <samba at lists.samba.org>
>Sent: 26 June 2002 11:31
>Subject: Re: [Samba] Can't create profile directory
>Le Mercredi 26 Juin 2002 11:19, Wim Mevissen a écrit :
>> Finally I got SAMBA acting as an PDC. I can see the users of my domain,
>> logon script is working, ...
>> But my profile directory can't get created eventhough I have given
>> ALL rights (CHMOD 777). I still get the message beneath when logging in:
>> "Windows cannot create profile directory \\srvlin\home\profiles\mevi.pds.
>> You will be logged on with a local profile only.
>> Changes to the profile will not be propagated to the server.
>> Contact your network administrator.
>> DETAIL - Access is denied."
>> I added the next lines in SMB.CONF:
>> logon script = logon%U.bat
>> logon drive = H:
>> logon home = \\%L\%U\.profiles
>> logon path = \\%L\home\profiles\%U
>> comment = Profiles (%h)
>> writeable = yes
>> browseable = no
>> path = /home/profiles
>> create mask = 0600
>> directory mask = 0700
>> When I look to the directory properties from my WIN2K machine I see that
>> I've got all the rights. Has anyone got an idea what's wrong?
>nt acl support = no
>to your [profiles] share definition. Another hint would be:
>"Are the domain accounts you're using members of the local group "users" on
>your win2k/XP workstation???"
>This is a typical "my profiles are not working" mistake, especially when
>system is not able to create .pds files on the server ;o)
>Sylvestre Taburet - Project Manager 1024D/030E1B7E
>Mandrakesoft S.A. - 43, rue d'Aboukir, 75002 Paris - FRANCE
>+33 (1) 40 41 00 41 - http://www.linux-mandrake.com
I added nt acl support = no to my [profiles] share definition and I added
all the domain accounts to the local group "users" on
my win2k workstation. So the members of the local group Users shows all
members, something like <domainname>.mevi etc..
Still I get the message? Is there something I can test to narrow the
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