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Hi i have finally managed to configure samba to run smoothly as a pdc for my network of 98 machines however i have one small problem.
i am trying to use the module pam_mkhomedir.so to create the users home directory on the fly at firt login and set the permissions for the folder and sub folders to owner 'user) group 'users group; rwx
heres what ive done
firstly i created a folder with full rwx for all users /samba/skel
my profiles for windows users are stored in /samba/profiles/%U
in the /samba/skel folder i have placed a windows profile to be copied to the users home directory upon creation.
to my smb.conf file in the globals part i have added the line template homedir = /samba/profiles/%U does this have to be in a certain place within the globals??? do i need to add any winbind lines????
to my /etc/pam.d/samba file i have added at the top of the session section