[Samba] Win7 login script not running
gaiseric.vandal at gmail.com
Mon Jan 27 06:39:21 MST 2014
I am not sure if the "logon script" parameter is smb.conf trumps the
"logon script" parameter set for a user (i.e. the one you see in pdbedit.)
I don't set a "logon script" in smb.conf. Instead, each user has a
"logon script" parameter set. I also don't use the %username% or other
variables in the "logon script" parameter. I am not using a different
logon script for each user. The script itself does have a line for
"net use x: %homeshare%" to map each user's individual home directory.
I suspect the issue may be the %username% variable is not being resolve
correctly. After you log in, does the "set" command from a command
prompt show you the environmental variables that you expect?
Windows 7 runs the login scripts in the back ground by default- so it
makes it a little harder to see if something is going wrong. You can
change that behavior with gpedit.
On 01/27/14 08:15, samba1 at nym.hush.com wrote:
> Thanks very much for your reply.
> I was working on this all day yesterday, and just can’t get it to
> It’s as though Windows7 simply isn’t executing the login script.
> The user is called w7user2 and the login script is being named
> w7user2.bat. pdbedit –L –v w7user2 shows everything to be okay
> with regard to the login script name and path.
> I’ve tried it with another user, and have tried granting both
> standard and administrator user rights on the PC.
> I tried simplifying the contents of the login script so that it
> didn’t do any drive mapping, so it shouldn’t be stumbling over any
> of the login script’s content.
> The only way I can get it to ‘work’ is by calling the login script
> from a batch file in the user’s startup folder on the PC. ie
> ‘call \\<server>\netlogon\%username%.bat’
> That executes fine, which means the server side of the login script
> seems to be working okay (as it is for all existing XP users).
> I’m going to try it with another test Windows 7 PC (32 bit this
> time) and see if that makes any difference. At the minute I’m not
> sure what else to try!
> On Mon, 27 Jan 2014 08:22:43 +0000 "Daniel Müller"
> <mueller at tropenklinik.de> wrote:
>> You do not need to change any registry settings, just store the
>> users logon bat in the share netlogon and it is up and running.
>> As you provision your samba4 the netlogon will be created with the
>> right permission. Just use this share.
>> In your case you choose the name of the user to point to the right
>> logon script: U%.bat, ex: administrator.bat. Nothing else will
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>> Betreff: [Samba] Win7 login script not running
>> I’ve got a 4.1.3 Samba PDC Server on Debian Wheezy. It’s running
>> in Classic mode – all existing clients are Windows XP Pro.
>> I’m installing a Windows 7 Pro 64-bit PC, and have managed to join
>> it to the domain, but can’t get the user’s login script to run.
>> The login scripts work fine on XP.
>> The pertinent sections of smb.conf contain:
>> logon script = %U.bat
>> logon drive = G:
>> path = /home/netlogon
>> locking = no
>> guest ok = no
>> root preexec = /home/netlogon/loginscript.pl %U %M %m root
>> postexec = /home/netlogon/logoutscript.pl %U %M %m read only = yes
>> browseable = no veto files = /*.pl/
>> I’ve tried changing things such as the ‘read only’ and ‘guest ok’
>> The login script for the user is being created in /home/netlogon.
>> It’s also being removed when the PC is shut down.
>> I’ve tried a few registry entries including:
>> DomainCompatibilityMode DWORD 1
>> DNSNameResolutionRequired DWORD 0
>> RequireSignOrSeal DWORD 1
>> RequireStrongKey DWORD 0
>> RunLogonScriptSync DWORD 1
>> SyncForegroundPolicy DWORD 1
>> I also set the LanManager Authentication Level to LM & NTLM
>> Drive G: is being mapped to the user’s home directory. I also
>> placed a copy of the login script there (in case it was trying to
>> run from there rather than from the netlogon share.
>> I can map drives manually, and access the shares – I just can’t
>> get the login script to execute.
>> Thanks very much.
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