Use a RFB client (VNC) on Windows to allow users to "test drive" Linux on their own desktop (using xinetd.) This approach allows a user to see their environment from either (or both) view(s). Overnight synchronization of user accounts from Windows to Linux would allow users to experiment in a "backup" world... It also allows "practice" user administration on the Linux server, as well as test confirmation of SAMBA configuration and other Linux permissions.
Just a thought.
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