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evan.ingram at cariss.co.uk
Thu Mar 25 09:06:57 MDT 2010
I'm not sure :/
Theres only 1 windows box, and the clients connect to it via RDP. So
does that need roaming profiles?? Does it always have to create the
users profile in C:\users ??
The profiles directory, profile.V2 doesn't seem to be where i thought it
would be, ie whats in the smb.conf.
Everyones home directory showing up in network places as a share is also
a bit of a mess, and I'm not sure why they are showing up there.
On Tue, 2010-03-23 at 13:35 -0500, Adam wrote:
> what are you wanting to do? disable roaming profiles?
> evan.ingram at cariss.co.uk wrote:
> > hi
> > having a few troubles with samba profile directories.
> > im using a windows server 2008 r2 server as a remote desktop server so the
> > terminals connect over RDP, the windows box is then authenticating against a
> > samba pdc. to begin with profiles just were not working so i tried a few
> > different options in smb.conf and stumbled across one that worked... heres my
> > smb.conf - http://pastebin.com/Kcssv9Vp
> > but its creating the profiles in the users home directory in a directory called
> > profile.V2, takes a long time to log in as it is waiting for the profile
> > service, as it does when logging out.
> > the profile is also ending up in C:\users on the windows box, (is this
> > avaoidable? i thought it would start to fill up the relatively small harddrive
> > space i gave to the windows vm as opposed to the samba vm).
> > when logged in to a user account on windows, all the other users home
> > directories are showing up in network places, so it look a bit of a mess when i
> > just want a couple of central shared directories.
> > any advice on any of the above?
> > cheers
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