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I've just checked this command with both old and new users
smbclient -W $DOMAIN -U $USER //$PDC/$HOME
And the result of both old and new users succeed.
I've just added a new Windows XP PC to the domain.
The strange thing is:
1. I *can* logon to *new users* on *new* machines, and do whatever I want
with the account.
2. I *can* logon to *old users* on *new* machines, but I cannot change
desktop settings (like display "My Documents" on desktop).
3. I *cannot* logon to *new users* on *old* machines
What should I check?
On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 19:49, zoolook <email@example.com> wrote:
> 2010/5/10 Shu Hung (Koala) <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > Any suggestion?
> Something has to be different between old-user and new-user.
> Can you use smbclient with a new user?
> smbclient -W $DOMAIN -U $USER //$PDC/$HOME
> (where $HOME is some share where the user has permission. if HOMES is
> enabled, try //PDC/USERNAME)
> What about the permissions on the server? Do the paths of new-users
> have the correct permissions?
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