|Feb 27, 2011, 09:03 AM||#1|
So I have Windows XP computers authenticating to an OD Master Directory and for some reason they seem to not disconnect completely from the server. While they are able to successfully logout from their machines, SMB does not have them as disconnected as users. Is there any way I can have it so that when they logout from their machines, they are also shown as disconnected in SMB?
|Feb 28, 2011, 09:27 AM||#2|
I have noticed the same on mine. Even when you try to use the disconnect button it still shows them as connected. If, however, you close server admin and open it again they are gone, at least on my installation. It seems to be a problem with SMB refreshing the users that are connected, at least in my case.
If the logs show them as having disconnected I think you are fine.
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|Feb 28, 2011, 09:29 AM||#3|
This is just ridiculous. Another reason why AAPL is having such a hard taking off in the Server Industry. Syncing SMB CLI and GUI should be something novel and resolved. Sigh. This really drives me nuts.
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