[Samba] the profiles keeps mapping!

Tony Earnshaw tonye at billy.demon.nl
Wed May 4 10:20:08 GMT 2005

ons, 04.05.2005 kl. 10.38 skrev Thomas Widhalm:
> > Oh. Write a logon script for each user, using, for example, 'net use z:
> > /delete' for each drive letter that's mapped and you don't want to see.
> > Actually, the profiles share should not be mapped anyway. If you don't
> > have a profiles share, the profiles will get put in the user's home
> > directory, which you probably don't want.
> Unfortunately I got a similar problem, since I updateded my Samba Server the
> last time. I used the z: drive for a share with offline- available versions
> of desktop and "my files" (I hope it's correct, I just use German Windows,
> where it's "Eigene Dateien"). Since the last update my "home" share gets
> mapped to z:, overwriting the already mapped z: drive. I just did a
> workaround with setting my own desktop/myfiles share to y:, but as Guido I
> just don't want my home share get mapped.

I suppose you'd both have to include your smb.conf - I don't have my
home share mapped at all with 3.0.11 (obviously each user's home
directory is mapped on H:). I'm too new to Samba to be able to give off
the cuff advice, and most things "just work" for me.


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