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Netware 6.0 and login scripts

By Brian ·
I am trying to add a script to a server on a NT domain. I have used the following scripts:
MAP ROOT G:=\\Ecopy7622\SDC$INBOXES
#NET USE G: \\Hertznt\Ecopy7622\SDC$INBOXES

None of these worked.Any help would be great.

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by BudTheGrey In reply to Netware 6.0 and login scr ...

I'm unclear on what you are trying to do here. It kinda looks like you are trying to map a drive letter to a windows server from a Netware login script.

If this is the case, the MAP command will not work for you. You need to use NET USE. Unfortunately, it may fail in the netware login script because when the command runs, the user might not be authenticated to the NT domain yet.

Perhaps the answer is to create a Domain login script on the NT server? Another idea is to manually created the mapping from the workstation, and check the "reconnect at logon" option.

If I've mis-understood, and ECopy7622 resides on the netware server, the proper syntax to use would be

MAP G: hertznt/volume:\ecopy7622\sdc$inboxes

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by Brian In reply to Netware 6.0 and login scr ...

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by tbragsda In reply to Netware 6.0 and login scr ...

BudTheGrey is right about the domain part. You must finnish the login script, then the user connects to the domain.

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by Brian In reply to Netware 6.0 and login scr ...

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by deroode In reply to Netware 6.0 and login scr ...

The problem is probably that the script runs before the domain login is completed. As Bud stated you could reverse the client order, but that is a lot of work.

An other option is to put a delay in your login script. Get wait.exe from simtelnet, and then put the following in the script:

wait 30
net use M: \\server\share

Hope that helps..

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