[Samba] Login scripts and Win9x clients
geza at kzsdabas.sulinet.hu
Thu Dec 23 22:20:54 GMT 2004
Misty Stanley-Jones írta:
>I found the answer to this. For some reason in Win9x I have to give the full
>path to the Kixtart script (my netlogon.bat contains
>"\\corpsrv\netlogon\kix32 \\corpsrv\netlogon\logon.kix /f") for Win9x to find
> Now if only I could get Win9x to work with groups. I found the following on
>the Kixtart website but can't quite parse it, so I thought I would paste it
>here and see if anyone knows:
>Because Windows 9x, does not know how to handle RPC (Remote Procedure Calls),
>you have to setup the Account Groups for your users to use Local Groups e.g.
>ACCOUNTING_LOCAL (These Local Groups can be a member of the Global Group e.g.
>ACCOUNTING) and you will need to reference these in the script.
>Do they mean to make a local group on the Win9x box? I didn't think Win9x had
>On Thursday 23 December 2004 15:21, Misty Stanley-Jones wrote:
>>I have two systems using Win98 and one using Win95. These three systems do
>>not automatically execute their login scripts. I can map the network
>>drives manually and tell them to reconnect at login, but I am wondering why
>>they don't execute them. I can log in, browse to my netlogon share (if I
>>make it browseable), and execute the script manually, and it works. Well,
>>it mostly works, but I Think that's an issue with Kixtart.
>>Is there something extra that I need to do for Win9x? I haven't really
>>found anything about it.
IMHO a lot better solution would be to use a dynamicaly generated logon
script, generated by a script specified in the root preexec
configuration parameter. In this way you can check the group
memberships, among other things on the *nix side, which could make
things to work lot more reliably.
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