[Samba] Samba 3.3.15 Ignoring "Logon Path" and "Logon Home" to Disable Roaming Profiles
charles at fixflyer.com
Mon Jun 20 11:53:40 MDT 2011
Thank you for your response.
I had tried that already and it still did not work. I tried creating
new users after setting the aforementioned configuration settings to
Samba but it still did not work.
Do I need to remove the LDAP user entry completely and not just the
value? For instance, will a blank value for sambaProfilePath (or
whatever ) inside LDAP still cause Windows to attempt a roaming profile
load regardless of what Samba has in its configuration settings?
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On 06/20/11 13:29, TAKAHASHI Motonobu wrote:
> From: Charles Kozler<charles at fixflyer.com>
> Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2011 12:17:51 -0400
>> I would like to disable the roaming profiles capability but it appears
>> that no matter what I said, it is being ignored by Samba.
>> First is my relevant snippet for the Logon Path and Logon Home being
>> empty as described in the documentation. Then, following that, is my
>> entire smb.conf -- please let me know if you see any reason as to why
>> Samba would be ignoring the parameters and still attempting a roaming
>> profile logon.
> You have to remove these settings from users already created when you
> changed "logon hone" and "logon path" parameters to empty one.
> You can see current configuration of a user:
> pdbedit -v a-user
> TAKAHASHI Motonobu<monyo at samba.gr.jp> / @damemonyo
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