[Samba] Samba log analysis and report
ilia at paramon.ru
Wed Feb 2 06:56:06 GMT 2005
> Hi Steven,
> Thanks for your reply.
> That sounds like a good idea.
> When you say "connects at logon" do you mean users map a drive to the "time"
> share ?
> What would prevent a user from manually disconnecting the mapped drive ?
> This will be implemented in a school, you know how kids are ? :)
you can put "net use k: \\server\share /yes /persistent" to logon script
it will definetly keep people from manually disconnecting drives
> Thank you for your assistance so far, greatly appreciated.
> Kindest regards
> David Wilson
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> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Steven Kurylo" <skurylo at cleartech.ca>
> To: "David Wilson" <dave at dcdata.co.za>
> Sent: Monday, January 31, 2005 11:20 PM
> Subject: Re: [Samba] Samba log analysis and report
>> David Wilson wrote:
>>> Hi Malte,
>>> Thanks for helping me out with this.
>>> My preexec script on netlogon is working well for logging logins etc.
>>> Any ideas how I could log logoffs ?
>>> If I get users to always shutdown their PCs ?
>> For windows XP I've added a user logoff script which disconnects from the
>> share time (which they connect to on log on). The share time has pre/post
>> scripts attached to it which log the user, time, and machine. The share
>> isn't used for anything else.
>> Its working well for us.
>> Steven Kurylo
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