[Samba] net use h: /home syntax?
Frank Van Damme
frank.vandamme at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 13:00:11 GMT 2007
On 11/17/07, joop gerritse <jjge at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> I am setting up a Win98 client to work with my samba server. I can log in on
> the domain allright, but then I would expect to get access to my home
> directory by issuing (in a DOS box):
> NET USE H: /HOME
> For some reason I am told that the syntax is not correct. On the other hand
> net use /? gives exactly this as one of the options. Does anyone know what is
> wrong with it?
You're running this from Windo(w)s, so use the paths as Windows knows them.
net use h: \\fooserver\yourusername
(if you configured the [homes] share in Samba)
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