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Re: [K12OSN] making logon scripts



I am familiar with the "NET USE" command but what does the "/YES >" portion
do?

Are you saving this command line in /netlogon on the server (as in a PDC
setup)?

Thanks,

James

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen Wagner, District Tech. Coord." <wagners danps csw net>
To: <k12osn redhat com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 02, 2002 12:15 PM
Subject: [K12OSN] making logon scripts


> hello everyone!  yesterday I had requested if someone knew how to create
> logon scripts for samba, and I did not get any responses.  This was a good
> thing, because it forced me to figure it out.  I now know how to do it.
it
> was simple.  if anyone would like to know, here is how I did it.
>
> created a login script in notepad on my windows machine
>
> NET USE S:\\%SERVER%\WEB /YES >
>
> at the end of each line, do a CTRL & M at the same time.  then save your
> script.
>
> then using ftp, I ftp'd the file back to the server sending it in binary
mode.
>
> created a share in my smb.conf for WEB
>
> that was it.
>
> Stephen Wagner
> District Technology Coordinator
> Danville Public Schools






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