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Re: [K12OSN] AD authentification, what is the best way?



If the shares are on a Windows 2003 machine then what? We could migrate
the home directories from the windows box to a linux box but I think my
boss would slap me if I suggested that again :p

On Tue, 2007-07-31 at 18:42 -0700, Chuck Kollars wrote:
> >  ...
> > Make sure that when you setup your home directory
> > shares you share out each user's folder and not 
> > just a top level folder. 
> > Samba cannot mount a folder inside the share, it 
> > can only mount the share itself. 
> >  ...
> 
> That's exactly why the Samba [homes] share behaves
> specially. It allows you to type the [homes]
> information only once, yet create shares for every
> user (potentially hundreds). If you find yourself
> typing ...and typing ...and typing, back up and try to
> be more clever about leveraging the Samba [homes]
> capability. 
> 
> ([homes] can be used for _any_ one set of shares,
> USUALLY home directories [hence the name] but not
> necessarily.)
> 
> thanks!
> -Chuck Kollars
> 
> P.S. *All* Microsoft Windows products could mount only
> the share itself not a folder inside the share until
> recently. 
> 
> 
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