[Samba] Samba4 does't run netlogon scripts and batch files

Ricky Nance ricky.nance at gmail.com
Wed May 1 11:09:52 MDT 2013

Sorry I made the wrong assumption that you were using it as an AD DC.
Conventional samba 3 stuff should all remain the same, so without testing
this I am not sure what's going on.
On May 1, 2013 8:44 AM, "Varda Zklir" <v20z at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Thnaks for you reply.
> > So a couple of things come into play
> > here, when moving to AD you need to
> No, I've started Samba4 as PDC "server role = classic primary domain
> controller" and want to keep such compatibility as much as possible.
> > either create a Group Policy that will run the logon script,
> > or set the
> > logon script per individual.
> Please point or describe to me a way to do this.
> > Secondly, .bat should be able
> > to run off the
> > network drive by setting the correct ACL's (I was thinking
> > chmod 755 from
> > linux worked, but I may be wrong), in windows, right click
> > on the .bat,
> > then hit the security tab, and add something like everyone,
> > or
> > authenticated users, and select the correct acl's
> Is there a way to avoid editing access rights to 755 for executable files
> on network shares? Because my shares configured with "create mask = 644"
> for user's uploaded files and I do not want to break this functionality and
> want keeps user's files with 644 permissions on server. Is this possible
> with Samba4?
> Thank You.
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