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Exploring Samba and Active Directory integration options

Interoperability is essential in enterprise IT, and Samba makes it happen. Samba is a free open source SMB/CIFS file and print server that runs on many platforms. So, this Samba Learning Guide can be a boon, whether you work in Linux, Unix or Windows worlds.

 

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CONTENTS:
   Samba basics
   Samba 4.0
   Installation & configuration
   Security
   Administration
   Migration

 


  Samba basics
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  Samba 4.0
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  Installation & configuration
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  Security
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  • Samba Security Modes
    A discussion of the security levels and the two types of security modes for Samba, share-level and user-level.
  • Samba Security releases
    Get the latest security releases for Samba from the Samba team. For complete information, follow the link to full release notes for each release.
  • Samba Security forum
    Ideas on how to improve security and security configuration suggestions at the Samba Wiki.


 


  Administration
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  Migration
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This was first published in October 2007

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