[Samba] Logon script problem
jason at vipersystems.biz
Wed Jun 30 16:00:50 GMT 2004
John H Terpstra said:
> When a user logs onto a domain member machine a drive connection is automatically
> set up to the NETLOGON share.
> The drive letter used is the last letter available (usually Z:). This connection
> is mostly dropped on completion of logon.
> Files can be executed off any drive mapping that is made. What makes you believe
I understand that, but I don't know why it says:
Z:\>NET USE H: /HOME
The current directory is invalid.
to every 'net use' line.
But with the novell client installed, it works fine.
Like I said, this is on a fresh installed of WinXP Pro with SRV PK 1 with admin
access on the clients. Now, if I load the novell client(the server the samba server
will replace), the logon script will work fine when checking 'workstation only' and
setting the domain tab to 'my domain' and putting in my UN & PW for the domain in
the client login box.
Doesn't make sense and log doesn't help
>> I'm running samba 3.02 on freebsd 4.7. Client systems are WinXP Pro Srv Pk 1.
>> Anyway, the logon script has issues, I added a pause statement to view it.
>> It says:
>> There are open files and/or incomplete directory searches pending on the
>> connection to Z:
>> The command completed successfully.
>> Z:\>NET USE H: /HOME
>> The current directory is invalid.
>> Where did Z: come from??? I never modified any path statements in the
>> varibles on the XP systems. I figured it was because the novell client was
>> installed at one time on a few systems and it had to do with that but it does
>> same thing on a system with fresh install of WinXP PRO.
>> The weird thing is that with the novell client on one of the systems, if you
>> workstation only and login with your domain UN & PW, it logs with the login
>> just fine.
>> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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