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NT Login Scipts

By gsullivan ·
I would like to have 1 NT login script for all users (Win9x & NT Clients). But I want to map directly to their individual home directory, which can be an NT share. So when a user accesses their H: drive they go directly into their personal directory and not have to see everyone's home directories. Similar to a Netware maproot command.

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by Kevin Koyanagi In reply to NT Login Scipts

1. Share the users home folder (located on the server) as \\server\username$. The dollar sign hides the share so users are unable to browse them via Network Neighbourhood.

2. Using User Manager for Domains, modify the home directory setting in the users nt account so that H: is pointing to \\server\username$. (This will work for NT Clients, but Win9x clients need to do the next step.)

3. Use a login script utility like Kixstart to map H: to their home drive.

Use a login script utility such as Kixstart

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by Kevin Koyanagi In reply to NT Login Scipts

1. Share the users home folder (located on the server) as \\server\username$. The dollar sign hides the share so users are unable to browse them via Network Neighbourhood.

2. Using User Manager for Domains, modify the home directory setting in the users nt account so that H: is pointing to \\server\username$. (This will work for NT Clients, but Win9x clients need to do the next step.)

3. Use a login script utility like Kixstart to map H: to their home drive.

Use a login script utility such as Kixstart

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