[OpenAFS] Windows Logon Scripts

Mike Bydalek mbydalek@contentconnections.com
Tue, 06 Dec 2005 11:45:32 -0700

One of the last obstacles I have to rolling out OpenAFS company wide is 
that of Windows.  So far, I have everything working beautifully with 
single sign-ons with a MIT Kerberos realm.  The final part of my Windows 
setup is that of getting the data off the client machines and onto the 
AFS server.

One of the caveats to using the Kerberos logins is that you need a local 
account, which contains a local profile.  What I did was map all my 
users to this account.  What I need to do is have it redirect folders to 
the appropriate /afs directory, or (ideally) use roaming profiles.  I've 
come across a really interesting page regarding this at 
http://www.coe.uncc.edu/~rmdyer/krblogon.htm.  The problem is that this 
just seems overkill for my setup.

All I want to do is just have one additional drive map to 
/afs/.../home/%USERNAME% when a user logs in, and redirect the desktop 
and "My Documents" (Start with the basics).

Does anyone know of a good way to do basic things like this when logging 
into Windows?  I don't see a way to call a login script via. the OpenAFS 
1.4.1-rc2 client that I'm testing.

Thank you,