[python-win32] wrong results in service running mode
mli at deform.com
Wed Apr 26 18:31:37 CEST 2006
Thank you very much for your reply.
Now I understand that Windows' "SYSTEM" account is not
the same as Unix's "root" account.
Finally I solved my problems based on Roger Upole's suggestions.
Here is what I did:
in client side, I use WNetEnumResource to get mapped share name,
then I send "shared" to the remote(server) computer.
in server(remote) side, I use win32net.NetShareEnum to compare
"shared" and get the local path.
I still have the same problem in a Windows/Linux mixed environment.
Do you have any idea to get local path in linux from Windows' side ?
Mark, your Win32 extension is very useful and easy to use,
you are genius, thank you thank you very very much.
Mark Hammond wrote:
>>One piece of the program is to check a file exist or not as follows:
>> szNormPath= os.path.normpath(strFileName)
>> nRetCode = os.access(szNormPath, os.F_OK)
>> # nRetCode = os.path.exists(szNormPath)
>>When the file path is C:\shared\t.txt, no problem.
>>When the path becomes L:\t.txt, then I got problems:
>>nRetCode always is False(0), here L: is a mapped drive
>>L: = C:\shared. So L:\t.txt and C:\shared\t.txt
>>point to the same file.
> This is almost an FAQ for services and has nothing to do with Python.
> When running from a DOS box, the service is running as your user, so has all
> your drive mappings etc. When running as a service it generally runs as a
> different user, so does not. Worse, the LocalSystem account generally has
> no network access.
> The solution is generally just to use the complete UNC name '\\server\share'
> in your Python program - this generally works fine (but still will generally
> *not* work for the LocalSystem account - so you will also need to change the
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