Before you begin
About this task
For SMB shares that might use home directories that were provisioned with dot files, you can set an option to prevent users who connect to the share through SMB from viewing the dot files.
- Run the following command to display the default skeleton directory in the System access zone:
isi zone zones view System
The system displays output similar to the following example:
Name: System ... Skeleton Directory: /usr/share/skel
- Run the
isi zone zones modify command to modify the default skeleton directory.
The following command modifies the default skeleton directory, /usr/share/skel, in an access zone, where System is the value for the <zone> option and /usr/share/skel2 is the value for the <path> option:
isi zone zones modify System --skeleton-directory=/usr/share/skel2