Re: [Samba] Samba PDC and Ubuntu desktop client logon script
- Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2018 16:21:27 -0500
- From: Rick Warner via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Samba PDC and Ubuntu desktop client logon script
It sounds like you're trying to apply group policy behavior to Linux
domain members. That is not directly supported.
Your best bet is probably to have a startup script that you manually add
to your Ubuntu clients that checks the sysvol provided by your PDC for a
specific file name (ie - ubuntu-login.sh) and then copies it to
/etc/profile.d. With typical configs, bash checks for any files ending
in .sh in /etc/profile.d and sources them during your log in.
On 02/13/2018 12:30 PM, Luigi Romano via samba wrote:
I managed to configure an UBUNTU 16.04 Server as PDC using Samba; I can
successfully add Ubuntu or Windows client to the domain and all the users I
created can access the network resources.
I managed to let the Windows client run the logon script, thanks to which
for example I am able to mount the "H: disk" for the user that is logging
in on the Windows client.
I would like the Ubuntu client to do something similar; I'd like to have a
unique logon bash script in the server that the Ubuntu client fetch and
execute when the user logs on the client itself.
I've been googling a lot to find a solution but I didn't make it; can you
please help me out!
Thanks a lot in advance!
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