[K12OSN] samba drives/home folder and MS Vista probs

Huck dhuckaby at paasda.org
Wed Aug 15 01:19:15 UTC 2007

uncomment [netlogon] share...
see where the path is../opt/samba/netlogon  (for my install)
create startup.bat(that's what I called mine)

write 'net use m: \\ltspserver\<sharename>' in that file

run unix2dos on startup.bat

service smb restart

roughly...that's it


Barry Cisna wrote:
> Hello List,
> Thanks to all for the suggestions in reference to my Vista delema.
> Jim,
> I've never gotten into setting up any logon.bat files for windows logins.
> Would I simply enter what you've suggested in the logon.bat file on the
> Samba server? If so, how can i do that for all domain users? I have looked
> a bit at this many moons ago. but I just done a setup from a howto,that
> someone had posted and Samba " just worked",to were all users that logged
> onto our domain had a home folder/h: drive on the Samba server. now with
> Vista,this is not happening:(.
> Can you give me a
> 1. do this
> 2. do this
> 3. do this ,,,
> Refire Samba server and give 'er a go!
> I'm wondering if even the logon.bat file would possibly fail with the
> "fast query"( that has been mentioned as a failing thing over at Samba
> .org) thing in Vista's Explorer? I guess i can give it a shot. It's not
> worth a hoot the way it is right now:)
> Thanks
> Take Care
> Barry Cisna
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