[Samba] XP/W2K on Samba 3
kincera at gmail.com
Tue Oct 3 13:09:08 GMT 2006
I am not sure from Bernd's email what he is trying to accomplish, but
there are things to consider if you are trying to do roaming profiles.
With the volume of data often stored in today's profile, it is
non-trivial to enable this option and I do not recommend doing so for
the average user. There are other ways to accomplish some of the
benefits of profiles without the mess.
The first thing is to decide what you want to accomplish and then find
the solution that best fits those needs.
Bruno Rodrigues Neves wrote:
> So Bernd, previously I wanted do the same, but I didn´t get success
> because the profiles from Windows 2000 and Windows XP are differents
> (when a user logs in on a Windows 2000 and after that he tries to log
> in on a Windows XP, it returns some errors)...
> But, if you want, you can look for the "profiles section" that will
> avoid you do that.
> When you configure it with this option, the Windows client will use
> remote profiles automagically! : )
> [ ]´s
> On 10/3/06, Bernd Kloss <B_Kloss at web.de> wrote:
>> maybe it is not the right place to ask Windows-related questions, but
>> i'll give it a try.
>> I am running a Debian-Etch-Server with Samba 3 and Windows2000 and
>> Everything is working fine except:
>> For every user logging in from a Win-client, the client generates a
>> local user-profile and local user-directories.
>> What has to be done within Samba and what has to be done on the clients
>> to avoid that and get all userdata stored in the user's share.
>> Thank you!
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