ted at cypress.com
Fri Jan 16 19:56:09 UTC 2004
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stephan schutter wrote:
| OK, I know how to configure samba. I use it as a server and a client at
| home. However, I work for a very large company that likes bulls eyes.
| is no way that the 2400 Windows admins are going to rebuild the
How many admins? How many users?
Unix admins can normally handle more users/machines.
| infrastructure to suit Linux. Linux has to fit in to the architecture, and
| not the other way around. Period. I will bet you money that this is true
| elsewhere as well. It's AD, DDNS, WINS, SMB CIFS, and Exchange -- and that
| will not change for a long time.
Exchange aint going to happed (unless you BUY software for it).
I never really understood WINS, but samba works fine. I've never had
trouble accessing share from windows machines.
What's DDNS? Some screwed up implementation of bind?
Not a clue about AD.
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