[Samba] Samba Windows 7 and logon scripts
Moray.Henderson at ict-software.org
Mon Sep 13 03:31:30 MDT 2010
Tony Molloy wrote:
>On Thursday 09 September 2010 18:11:38 c grassu wrote:
>> You can try this. It works for me on vista and win7:
>> net use m: /HOME
>The [homes] share is working fine.
>The problem is not with the actual script. The problem is that the
>not being run at login on Windows 7 wheras it is on WindowsXP
Which versions of Windows 7 and Windows XP are you working with?
"Professional" should work, but "Home" may have trouble.
I found (with samba3-3.4.8-42.el5, anyway) that XP would automatically
map H: to the home drive, but 7 would not; I had to add a line to the
if not exist H: net use H: \\LINUX\HOMES > nul
Your "net time" line will only work for an Administrator.
Remove the "del X" line at the end of your script, and see if you're
getting error messages logged in X when you log in from 7.
"To err is human. To purr, feline"
>> On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 12:04 PM, Tony Molloy <tony.molloy at ul.ie>
>> > Hi,
>> > I'm trying to get Windows 7 to run a logon script which mounts a
>> > login. This works fine for Windows XP
>> > In my smb.conf I have the following
>> > logon script = %G.cmd
>> > logon path = \\%L\profiles\%U
>> > logon drive = H:
>> > logon home = \\YOUNGMUNSTER\homes
>> > The script is
>> > @echo
>> > @echo Setting System Policies: Please Wait.
>> > @echo off
>> > NET TIME \\janus /SET /YES > X
>> > net use M: \\youngmunster\ug2010 /persistent:no > X
>> > del X
>> > The homes share works fine but the logon script does not seem to be
>> > executed. Any ideas how to get this working.
>> > Thanks
>> > Tony
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