[Samba] Roaming profiles errors and shares not disconnecting

Freitas Freitas casfre at gmail.com
Mon Sep 4 17:09:12 GMT 2006


2006/9/4, Felipe Augusto van de Wiel <felipe at paranacidade.org.br>:

> On 09/02/2006 03:00 PM, Philippe LAUGET escreveu:
> >
> > Then, when users try to reopen a win session, they get a corrupted new
> > profile. This new profile is fully broken, since it's not possible to
> > modify any options that affect NTUSER.DAT.
> > When they disconnect, smbstatus shows the user as connected on the
> > machine for a long time ( from 15 minutes to hours ) after he has logged
> > out. The shares that has been mounted on the client do not seem to be
> > disconnected.
>         If you shut down the machine, this behaviour changes?

     This problem is similar to my message [Samba] W2K workstation not
disconnecting without a reset, and I am still suffering with this
problem ( Samba 3.0.23b, Slackware 10.2)

     I don't have problems with corrupted profiles, but I have the
same problem with users that do not disconnect, even if they logoff.
Actually, we user mandatory profiles.

     And, yes, in my situation, if W2K machine makes a reset or a
shutdown, the connection to the server is closed. But, it is not a
'good' solution reset all W2K,  every time some user logs off.

     As I explained in that message, I have already verified a lot of
parameters, emails, logs and Samba manual and didn't find an
explanation. Even using deadtime = 1, the connection is not closed.

     I would appreciatte some help too and I really thank your attention.


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