Oes2-linux server with LUM & NCP installed. /home is created as an NCP volume.

LUM doesn't know about NCP, so when a user logs in a /home/username
directory is created with NO ncp/trustee rights. Hence users with novell client can not map to their home directories until rights are granted.

I think a script which reads the contents of the nds lum-enabled-group then
creates /home/username if it does not exist
grants all rights to /home/username for that user
runs every hour

might be a solution. Is my limited knowledge of the environment making me some simpler/better solution to this problem?

If this is the best solution, how do I get the list of users & their fqn's from the nds lum-enabled-group from a bash script on the oes server?