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#33081 - 2002-11-25 03:15 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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Try:

MapDrive("h:", "bstl_svr3", @UserID+"$$")
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#33082 - 2002-11-25 03:15 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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It has been recommended that you do not use %username%. Instead you should be using @UserID macro.
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#33083 - 2002-11-25 03:17 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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After all our previous input regarding your 1208 error, you never said what the real problem was or how you resolved it. Could you please state clearly was was wrong and how you fixed it?
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#33084 - 2002-11-25 03:17 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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What is the point of this?

\\BSTL_SVR1\NETLOGON\winset.exe computername=%COMPUTERNAME%
\\BSTL_SVR1\NETLOGON\winset.exe username=%USERNAME%
\\BSTL_SVR1\NETLOGON\winset.exe LANGROUP=%LANGROUP%
\\BSTL_SVR1\NETLOGON\winset.exe LOGONSERVER=%LOGONSERVER%

Makes no sense to me.
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#33085 - 2002-11-25 04:08 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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Hmmm... I'm lost here as well. I don't see him using any UDF So what is up with trying to use MapDrive.

I see Howard told him a LONG TIME AGO to try using MapDrive, but I don't see it here and I don't see from this thread that the user knows how to use a UDF in the first place.

For simplicity until the user learns UDFs he should probably stick with using the USE command that is built into KiXtart.

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#33086 - 2002-11-25 04:13 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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DOC, Kent wrote him some code that uses MapDrive (somewhere in this thread).

The fact we never get complete feedback or code makes helping difficult.

[ 25. November 2002, 04:14: Message edited by: Howard Bullock ]
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#33087 - 2002-11-25 04:14 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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I suspect there is a UDF defined somewhere (not showing the entire script) since he claims it works on NT. His real problem is that he doesn't have a grasp of env vars.

If the %USERNAME% var does not exist on Wintendo, winset.exe username=%USERNAME% won't do squat.
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#33088 - 2002-11-25 04:14 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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OK I change the command line to check Version of Client

NT , 2000 use.. > %username%
9x use.. > @userid

How I can fixed the error code 1208 ?
> I reconfig my File Server
from member server (no AD) to
Windows with AD.. and join to Windows 2000 Server AD.

Now It can sync clock with PDC.

Thanks for every one

Pech

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#33089 - 2002-11-25 04:19 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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Pech, do you understand NT domains and domain architecture?

You should not be using %username% for any OS. Why do insist on continuing to use it? Use @userid for all OS's.

What account is used to logon? A workstation account or domain account?

[ 25. November 2002, 04:19: Message edited by: Howard Bullock ]
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#33090 - 2002-11-25 04:30 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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All right... I'm leaving this thread. I can see I have nothing to add that you guys can't already handle. [Wink]

Howard,

If you get bored, you could update the PERL code to grab and create another webpage for UDFs created in the last 5 days [Big Grin] [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

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#33091 - 2002-11-25 04:31 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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Just a few post above you said the NT/W2K/XP was working...Now you have an error 1208 again. What does work and what does not work? On what OS's do you get the 1208 error? What are you attempting to do when it occurs?
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#33092 - 2002-11-25 04:34 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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%USERNAME% for Client is NT,2000 and XP only?

Logon to Server account AD!

Pech

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#33093 - 2002-11-25 04:35 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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HB,
I think you misunderstood. He said he fixed it by joining AD.

Doc,
What would be the point of the last 5 days. There are often existing UDFs that get updated in place. Those should then be reported on as well.

Also, isn't updating every 2 hours a bit of overkill? Once a day should do it.
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#33094 - 2002-11-25 04:39 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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Probably the Thai-English... [Confused]
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#33095 - 2002-11-25 04:40 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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After re-reading, I think what I thought was a question was the answer. My confusion level is diminshing. I hope.

[ 25. November 2002, 04:40: Message edited by: Howard Bullock ]
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#33096 - 2002-11-25 04:46 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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Pech, I apologize for confusion and the last couple posts.

Please repost your current problems so that we can properly address them.

Remember that the KiXtart macros work on both Win9x and NT computer. Your code should try to use the same commands and macros where ever possible. The use of environment variable such as %username% should be avoided in your KiXtart scripts if possible.
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#33097 - 2002-11-26 03:10 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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code:
Logon.bat
----------------------------------------------
echo off
rem ::SETLOCAL
VER | find "NT" > nul
IF not errorlevel 1 GOTO Win_NT

VER | find "2000" > nul
IF not errorlevel 1 GOTO Win_NT

VER | find "XP" > nul
IF not errorlevel 1 GOTO Win_NT

VER | find "98" > nul
IF not errorlevel 1 GOTO Win_9X

VER | find "95" > nul
IF not errorlevel 1 GOTO Win_9X

GOTO unknown_os

echo on

:win_NT
@TITLE BRIDGESTONE SALES (THAILAND) CO.,LTD. Logon Script
ECHO HELLO %USERNAME%!
Echo Welcome to %USERDOMAIN%, Inc. NT Domain Environment

%LOGONSERVER%\NETLOGON\kix32.exe %LOGONSERVER%\NETLOGON\RunScript.kix

goto end

:win_9X

echo ON

REM %WINDIR%\PUTINENV.EXE L
\\BSTL_SVR1\NETLOGON\winset.exe computername=%COMPUTERNAME%
\\BSTL_SVR1\NETLOGON\winset.exe username=@USERID
\\BSTL_SVR1\NETLOGON\winset.exe LANGROUP=%LANGROUP%
\\BSTL_SVR1\NETLOGON\winset.exe LOGONSERVER=%LOGONSERVER%

ECHO OFF
REM %WINDIR%\winset computername=%COMPUTERNAME%
REM %WINDIR%\winset username=%USERNAME%
REM %WINDIR%\winset LANGROUP=%LANGROUP%
REM %WINDIR%\winset LOGONSERVER=%LOGONSERVER%

echo on
:: --- DISPLAY THE USER NAME/DOMAIN
ECHO HELLO %USERNAME%!
ECHO Welcome to %LANGROUP%, Windows 9x Domain Environment

\\BSTL_SVR1\NETLOGON\kix32.exe \\BSTL_SVR1\NETLOGON\RunScript.kix

goto end

:unknown_os
:end
exit

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RunScript.kix
-------------------------------------------------
code:
? @kix
? @dos
? @ldrive
;;USE "*" /delete ;-- commented this out as the MapDrive function takes this into account
;;? "delete persistent mappings: "

IF "%OS%" == "Windows_NT"
MapDrive("h:", "bstl_svr3", "%username%$")
? "mapping h: to homeshare: "
else
MapDrive("h:", "bstl_svr3", "@USERID$")
? "mapping h: to homeshare: "
endif

IF Ingroup ("EDPADMIN") = 1
MapDrive("i:", "bstl_svr3", "DocEDP$")
? "mapping i: to groupshare: "
MapDrive("j:", "bstl_svr3", "dept$")
? "mapping j: to groupshare: "
MapDrive("k:", "bstl_svr3", "users$")
? "mapping k: to groupshare: "
MapDrive("l:", "bstl_svr3", "Software$")
? "mapping l: to groupshare: "
SHELL "\\bstl_svr1\ofcscan\autopcc.exe"
ENDIF

rem GET $

EXIT

--------------------------------------------------

Now I have an problem with Client is Windows ME!
Windows ME cann't map any drive from this scipt!

How I can detect when client is Windows ME?

Pech

{edit} added code tags - Bullock

[ 26. November 2002, 03:13: Message edited by: Howard Bullock ]

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#33098 - 2002-11-26 03:12 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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you should not even try in the first place to use network with me!
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#33099 - 2002-11-26 03:16 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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anyway, you are starting kix with selecting the os...
you should in all cases if the os is not nt/xp/w2k start the win9x part.

currently, you are setting me as unknown and dropping it of.
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#33100 - 2002-11-26 03:17 AM Re: I got Error code : 1208 when I run my script to map drive
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Pech, let's start small first.

In the following code:
code:
IF "%OS%" == "Windows_NT"
MapDrive("h:", "bstl_svr3", "%username%$")
? "mapping h: to homeshare: "
else
MapDrive("h:", "bstl_svr3", "@USERID$")
? "mapping h: to homeshare: "
endif

The "IF" construct is not needed as both MapDrive statements are identical.

You should replace the above code with:
code:
MapDrive("h:", "bstl_svr3", @USERID + "$$")  



[ 26. November 2002, 03:17: Message edited by: Howard Bullock ]
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