Networking :: When Logon On Samba Domain The Windows XP Does Not Load Profiles From Samba?

Jan 3, 2011

I have update my linux server from mandriva 9 to mandriva 2010

I was working using samba 2.2.8 and now I have samba 3.5.3.I have transfer all passwd and smbpasswd to new linux.I have convert smbpasswd to tdbsam

when i am using win xp to logon on samba domain the windows XP does not load profiles from samba. I think that the problem is NTUSER.DAT storing in /home/user/profile

The same profile is working using samba 2.2.8 but not working in samba 3.5.3..

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