[SATLUG] Active Directory/Domain question.

James Tiner jtiner at satx.rr.com
Wed May 27 11:48:22 CDT 2009

Not sure how open like-wise open works, but you could try adding common
things to /etc/skel which will create new users with whatever is
in /etc/skel. 

Worth a try...

On Tue, 2009-05-26 at 23:08 -0500, ed wrote:
> Hi All!!  :)
> I'm in need of a suggestion or two...  Using a package called 
> "likewise-open," I've gotten an Ubuntu workstation to join a Windows 
> 2003-based domain via Active Directory.  Since the hook-up, I've had 
> several folk test it by logging-into their own Active Directory  
> accounts on the Ubuntu machine -- all successfully. 
> My problem is functionality once connected to the domain.  I can still 
> log into the local machine, and I have a default setup in its local 
> //home/ folder (common wallpaper, all the apps common users on this 
> domain need to access) that I'd like to have become the default folder  
> for anyone logging onto the domain through this Ubuntu box.  I've done 
> it in Windows, but am unsure how to do it in Debian/Ubuntu.  Is there a 
> "default user" or "all users" capability in Debian/Ubuntu?  If so, any 
> suggestions on how to set it up?
> Any help appreciated.  Thanks in advance...
> Cheers;
> Ed
> (Please note:  BCCs are info only.)

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