[Samba] Desktop.ini showing up
kris at longhill.brighton-hove.sch.uk
Wed Sep 15 16:09:34 GMT 2004
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The desktop.ini file appears on winXP machines. It stores various settings for explorer windows and things. Hence if you login to a win2K machine you will see the desktop.ini file, as it doesn't know what to do with it
Kristyan Osborne - IT Technician
Longhill High School
01273 391672 / 304086
Computers are like airconditioners: They stop working properly if you open windows.
Win95: A 32-bit patch for a 16-bit GUI shell running on top of an
8-bit operating system written for a 4-bit processor by a
2-bit company who cannot stand 1 bit of competition.
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]On Behalf Of rruegner
Sent: 15 September 2004 16:21
To: Shane McBride
Cc: Samba List
Subject: Re: [Samba] Desktop.ini showing up
hide files = /desktop.ini/ntuser.ini/NTUSER.*/
in the profiles share should solve this
Shane McBride schrieb:
> First of all I am new to Samba. I successfully deployed Samba 3.0.6 as a PDC
> w/roaming profiles.
> All the workstations have a desktop.ini file that shows up on the desktop
> after joining the domain. The contents of the ini differ from workstation to
>>>From my understanding this file is a supposed to be a hidden file, but it is
> Any ideas?
> I apologize if I have not included enough system info, such as the smb.conf.
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