> We're using 'share' level security on Samba. We went
> over to 'user', but at primary school level, the
> hassle outweighs the benefits - we want instant access
> instead of loging on - loging off - login on.
You could 'sort of' mix the 2, ie have user level
security, but provide a 'standard user name' that
most people would use, but if people had more
specific needs (ie you ;-), then they could be given
separate accounts ?
Sort of like a 'kids' or 'guest' logon ? I think
you can get windows to do an auto logon with
an auto account - but this may only be if you
don't have user profiles enabled ....
I am not quite sure what you are aiming for
when you ask about 'timing out connections'.
Surely this means that they will still have to
'relogon' to re-activate them ?
Just wondering ...