[Samba] roaming profile problem--file in use
uid000 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 29 10:33:48 GMT 2005
I believe I have found the problem to be Zone Alarm!
I ran across this forum post:
After uninstalling zone alarm, the problem hasn't re-occurred. I must
have been running a slightly different version on that machine than on
others, which may explain why it worked fine on every other machine
except this one. Anyway thanks for the input. I'll definitely take a
look at that profiles entry in my smb.conf. Your suggestion does seem
to be more correct.
On 9/29/05, Chadley Wilson <chadley at ngn.co.za> wrote:
> On Wednesday 28 September 2005 14:24, Zach wrote:
> > [Profiles]
> > path = /home/samba/profiles
> > browseable = No
> > writeable = yes
> > profile acls = yes
> Here is where I suspect the problem to be?
> What should happen here is the winodws PC will look in /home/samba/profiles/%u
> for the %u folder ( the user folder ) If it doesn't exist and the user
> doesn't own it your Winblows will swear.
> Winblows is so lazy it also will not create it.
> You must also make sure you can rwx to the whole folder as the user ad group..
> (I know arguable topic with perms)
> That how I did it here my samba config file:
> with roaming profiles and login script to map other drives.
> See if this helps you a bit more:
> There is also an excellent site to use for information
> Chadley Wilson
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