[Samba] Logon Script Doesn't
bob at assuredcomp.com
Fri Mar 14 05:36:11 GMT 2003
Kyle Loree (kyle at caisnet.com) wrote*:
>"Bob Crandell" <bob at assuredcomp.com> writes:
>>I've finally been dragged kicking and screaming into the wonderful world
>>I've been able to join a domain and login with the help of the docs on
>>gleaning info from this list. Google and I don't get along.
>>My question is How do I get the logon script to run when XP logs in? Win
>>have a problem running the logon script.
>>Here is part of the smb.conf:
>> comment = Home based server
>> server string = Samba Server v2.2.7
>> netbios name = OciCat
>> workgroup = CRANDELL
>> security = server
>> encrypt passwords = yes
>> preferred master = yes
>> domain logons = yes
>> domain master = yes
>> local master = yes
>> logon script = %U.bat
>> logon drive = H:
>> logon path =
>> add user script = /usr/sbin/useradd -d /dev/null -g users -s
>>The batch files exist and are working with Win98.
>>I miss DOS.
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>I have it working using
>logon script = %u.bat
>my netlogon script was created on a 2k machine and is as follows
>net use o: \\foo\bar /persistent:no
>net use p: \\servername\sharename /persistent:no
>the persistent is mainly for nt machines or machines that leave the
>network. it turns off reconnect.
>it matters that the script has the proper line breaks
>place the file in the netlogon dir and login with the matching user.
>It should work well.
>Also logon path is where you want to store profiles, usually
>logon path = \\crandell\profiles\%u
>that would create a dir for each user that logs in.
>also recomend using
>logon home = \\crandell\profiles\%u
>I don't totally understand why they haven't been integrated into one, but
>the logon home handles 9x machines.
>Good luck, hope this works.
>Kyle at caisnet.com
The persistent option breaks Win 98 script processing.
I keep profiles local so "logon path" needs to be as I have it.
The problem here is that the login script does not run with XP. It does run with
Win 98. What's the difference and why me?
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