[Samba] Re: net use h: /home syntax?

Charles Marcus CMarcus at Media-Brokers.com
Sat Nov 17 17:45:27 GMT 2007

>> net use h: \\fooserver\yourusername
>> (if you configured the [homes] share in Samba)

> That's not required. Samba defines the share requested by HOME and the
> client does not need to know what it is. I have a logon script that does
> just this:
> ## mount our stuff and synch time from server
> print LOGON "NET USE S: /HOME\r\n";
> (this is part of a magic script that is created by perl, so if you
> distill that line down, it's the same one the original poster is using)
> So, I don't know what's wrong, but isn't there an error or something?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm fairly certain Windows9x doesn't allow 
mapping to a subdirectory of a share, only to the share itself...


Best regards,


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