Simulate a windows login from the command line.
Rock.Roskam at sas.com
Wed Nov 17 15:03:54 EST 2004
That was one of my tries and it did not create the profile folder structure. When creating folders before logging in windows creates a new folder instead of using the existing folder. It adds a .domain extension like user.domain.
From: ncsa-discussion-bounces at ncsysadmin.org [mailto:ncsa-discussion-bounces at ncsysadmin.org] On Behalf Of Jim Ray
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Subject: RE: Simulate a windows login from the command line.
net use j: \\server\share domain_password /user:domain_name\domain_user
followed by the exit line
net use * /delete /y
From: ncsa-discussion-bounces at ncsysadmin.org [mailto:ncsa-discussion-bounces at ncsysadmin.org] On Behalf Of Rock Roskam
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Subject: Simulate a windows login from the command line.
I am trying to write a script for some windows 2003 servers. I need a command line that will login to an active directory account and create the file structure that starts with the login process on the server. I can then run my other process to modify the files created. We are not using roaming profiles yet on these servers. I tried doing a net use but that did not create the folders in the users home directory. I want to mimic a windows logon and then logoff from the command line so I can add it to a bat file or script.
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