[Samba] Is there a way to support both local and roaming profile
with one server / domain?
jbaker at glastender.com
Sat Jul 14 14:05:58 GMT 2007
I'm not sure of a way to do it in Samba literally, but I have some
"local" users on my roaming network. They are given a local user account
on a workstation and they log into the local computer instead of the
domain. Samba still handles all authentication for the user when they
want to access Samba shares. But as far as a way to configure Samba for
both, I don't have an answer. I would be highly interested to know how
if it were possible.
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Michael Lueck wrote:
> Recent list messages got me thinking... Is there a way to support both
> local and roaming profile with one server / domain?
> As I understand it, the "magic" line that tells Samba not to do
> roaming profiles is the smb.conf line:
> logon path =
> Which the line must exist, and must be set to null.
> But that is in the global section. So is there a way to support both
> local and roaming... with some Samba magic?! ;-)
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