Bob Crandell bob at assuredcomp.com
Wed May 29 12:58:03 GMT 2002

It is attached, I hope.

To explain what used to happen; when a user logs in, their batch file is run, in
this case sharon.bat.  It, in turn, calls net-log.bat which is the actual login
script.  sharon.bat is never called the way it used to.

Here is [global] and [netlogon].  The comments are different things I've tried:
	comment = Linux based server
	server string = Samba Server
	netbios name = OciCat
	workgroup = CRANDELL
	security = user
	encrypt passwords = yes
	preferred master = yes
	domain logons = yes
	domain master = yes
	local master = yes
#        logon drive =
#        logon home =
#        logon path =
	logon script = %U.bat		# Win9x needs this
#	logon script = logon.cmd	# WinNT needs this

	log file = /var/log/samba.log
	max log size = 50
	debug level = 2

	printcap name = /etc/printcap
	load printers = yes
#	use client driver = yes
	printing = bsd

	guest account = pcguest
#	nt status support = no
	os level = 64
	preserve case = yes
	short preserve case = yes
	oplocks = no
	level2 oplocks = no
	kernel oplocks = no
	write cache size = 262144
	socket options = TCP_NODELAY SO_RCVBUF=8192 SO_SNDBUF=8192

	available = yes
        path = /home/samba
        writable = no
        comment = Network Logon Service
        public = yes
	admin users = admin, bob
	write list = admin, bob


David W. Chapman Jr. (dwcjr at inethouston.net) wrote*:
>On Mon, May 27, 2002 at 09:33:44PM +0000, Bob Crandell wrote:
>> Yes, the login script runs manually.  I have it in the Startup group until this
>> resolved.  This is true of the admin also and admin can edit the login scripts.
>You'll have to load smbd with the -d10 flag and check the logs when
>someone logs on to see what the problem is.
Bob Crandell
Assured Computing
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