[Samba] how to run more than one logon script
gaiseric.vandal at gmail.com
Tue Sep 28 14:06:33 MDT 2010
This is more of a "Windows" question (i.e. google searches windows login
scripts may be helpfull.
You scripts could use commands like
That should let you map drives based on group membership. Then you can
have the same login script specified for each user, and that login
script includes conditional drive mappings for the specific groups.
Windows also has the "call" command which should let one batch file
call another then return to the 1st file.
On 09/28/2010 03:49 PM, Leonardo Carneiro wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm running Samba 3.4.7 with OpenLDAP as PDC and I want to run more
> than one logon script per user.
> What i want to achieve is:
> Run a general logon script, that do the folder mapping of the public
> access folders for all users.
> AFTER this run a group-based logon script, to map some groups-related folders.
> And still after those 2 scripts, run a user-based logon script, to map
> some user-related folders.
> Why i'm trying to do this:
> I want to do this because i have a lot of folders that i want to map
> for some users that are not from the same primary group. If i create
> only one script per user, i'll have tons of scripts, and I'll have to
> edit each of then every time i'd want to map a folder to all users,
> not only to those guys.
> I'm well aware that i can specify a group or user (or other things)
> related script in the users settings in samba, but i want to run more
> than one script.
> Is there a specific configuration to make this work? Is there a
> workaround to do this?
> Tks in advance.
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