[Samba] incorrect profiles

Tobias Dinse tobias.dinse at stegbauer.info
Tue Dec 27 05:59:57 MST 2011

Hi all,

in recent times we have more and more problems with our user profiles. 
Some customers get incorrent Profiles. On Logout on Windows  XP / 7 we 
gain an error message that the Profile couldnt be wrote back. Our 
Configuration File:

         workgroup = customer
         netbios name = customer-server
         netbios aliases = customer-PROFILES customer-server
         interfaces =
         bind interfaces only = Yes
         encrypt passwords = true
         map to guest = Bad User
         passwd program = /usr/local/samba/sbin/ldapsync.pl -o %u
         passwd chat = *New*password* %n\n *Retype*new*password* %n\n 
         log file = /var/log/samba/log.%U.%m
         large readwrite = Yes
         time server = Yes
         load printers = No
         logon path =
         logon home =
         logon script = usrlogon.cmd
         preferred master = yes
         local master = Yes
         domain master = Yes
         domain logons = Yes
         add machine script = /usr/share/gopdc/gopdc -addmachine "%u"
         os level = 65
         wins support = yes
         kernel oplocks = No
         ldap suffix = dc=customer,dc=local
         ldap admin dn = 
         ldap ssl = no
         passdb backend = ldapsam:ldap://
         ldap passwd sync = yes
         socket address =
         printing = cups
         veto files = /*.nws/riched20.dll/*.{*}/
         utmp = yes
         unix charset = UTF-8
         display charset = UTF-8
         unix extensions = no
         follow symlinks = yes
         wide links = yes

         comment = Profile share
         path = /mnt/samba-daten/profiles
         read only = No
         create mask = 0600
         directory mask = 0700
         nt acl support = Yes
         csc policy = disable
         browseable = No

We have a more than this 1 Share. But I didnt post it because I think 
they arent important to fix the Problem. In consequent of the Problem 
deleted Files on the Desktop are back after Reboot.

Samba logfile says Permission denied. Any Ideas?

thanks and regards


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