[Samba] A good read
rpollard at drs4drs.com
Mon Feb 4 17:28:56 GMT 2008
>From what I remember of using a system under this type of profile in my
previous job, there were 2 home directories created when logging in locally
versus logging in with the domain login.
For example, I had rpollard as a local user on the computer I used and I had
rpollard with a domain login and a profile.
Correct me if I'm wrong but when I create these profiles on the domain
server and the user logs in, they will lose all of their personal setting
because it creates a new home directory?
If this is true, how do I make the transition seamless to using domain based
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From: "Mark Braker" <brakerm19 at gmail.com>
To: "'Adam Williams'" <awilliam at mdah.state.ms.us>; "'Robert Pollard'"
<rpollard at drs4drs.com>
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Subject: RE: [Samba] A good read
> Another good reason is for server backup of users settings(profile)
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> thats correct. so whatever work station they are at, they'll have their
> my documents, email, etc. we do this because we have a rotating
> schedule of people covering telephones in different areas, so while they
> are on phone duty, they can still do their work and answer email.
> Robert Pollard wrote:
>>> From what I understand of roaming profiles is the only purpose to allow
>> users to log into any computer not just their own? I assume this
>> capability will download all of their profile settings no matter where
>> they login?
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