[Samba] Re: SAMBA/PDC + LDAP HELP please? => For your profiles.
craigwhite at azapple.com
Fri Oct 7 15:31:06 GMT 2005
On Fri, 2005-10-07 at 15:51 +0200, Louis van Belle wrote:
> thank you for notifing me..
> but why is this then in the manual
> Windows XP Service Pack 1
> There is a security check new to Windows XP (or maybe only Windows XP
> service pack 1).
> It can be disabled via a group policy in the Active Directory. The policy is
> Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\User Profiles\
> Do not check for user ownership of Roaming Profile Folders
> ( is same as CompatibleRUPSecurity"=dword:00000001 )
> And yes this is also in SP2.
> I used this to avoid problems, and it works for me.
> As i see in the sambalist lots of people have the same problems and
> so therefor i give them my working config, And this is what i did.
> that of the requiresignorseal / signsecurechannel i didnt know,
> so im going to test this in my 2e office location. thank you voor notifing
> me for that.
> the "ExcludeProfileDirs" is used in my default user profile.
> and this are the default directories :
> Geschiedenis, Local Settings, Temp en Temporary Internet Files
> default there is also "Local Settings".. and i want these to move also
> in to the profile dir on the server, there are files in i need
> when users move to an other pc.
> for example.
> %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook (
> extend.dat )
> Stores a reference to which extensions (addins) you have loaded.
> %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Credentials
> Contains setting of my users, so i excluded this out of the
> just some comment..
good points - perhaps John Terpstra might want to comment on the
'CompatibleRUPSecurity' registry setting and continuity of this setting.
I haven't bothered with it and haven't had any issues.
I wonder if having some sort of wiki on samba web site wouldn't be
useful for things like logon scripts and registry settings to be
shared/discussed so they had their own longevity and current
appropriateness as email archives don't often reflect the changing
nature of things and sometimes the samba documentation has different
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