[Samba] Login scripts based on group
landryd at bethany-ca.edu
Wed Nov 10 13:47:30 GMT 2004
Misty Stanley-Jones wrote:
>On Wednesday 10 November 2004 08:05, Simon Hobson wrote:
>>Dean Landry wrote:
>>>I have users that belong to several groups. I want a logon script
>>>to be run for each of the groups to which a user belongs. For
>>>example, when I logon, I want admin.bat, users.bat, and
>>>someothergroup.bat to run. On Novell I used to use 'if Member of
>>>groupName...', but I don't know how to do this in Samba..
>>Two ways :
>>1) Use ifmember in the main login script to check for group
>>membership and call the appropriate scripts. ifmember is (IIRC)
>>downloadable from the Microsoft web site.
>>2) Use the pre-exec facility of Samba to build a users login script
>>on the fly each time they connect to the netlogon share. Use %u
>>(again, IIRC) in the declaration of the login script parameter so
>>that each users uses their own script, then write a script (executed
>>on the host) that will build the login script (which of course can
>>use any information available to the host scripting language) and set
>>it as the pre-exec script for the share.
>3. Use Kixtart! It's perfect, it works for all versions of Windows, it's
>very easy, and you will be able to script things you haven't even thought of
I don't think I want to think of new things to do in a logon script!
:) ifmember is working beautifully! Thanks Simon!
More information about the samba