Samba is the standard Windows interoperability suite of programs for Linux and Unix.
|sambaad||Samba for Administrators||14 hours||Samba is an Open Source / Free Software suite that provides file and print services to all manner of SMB/CIFS clients, including Linux and the numerous versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems. Audience This course is suitable for system administrators working with preexisting Samba instances Domain control Active Directory Domain Controller NT4 Domains Domain membership Linux Windows Mac OS X Replication Distributed File System (DFS) Directory Replication Service (DRS) Common administration tasks The Windows remote server administration tools (RSAT) Remote and local management of Samba Backup and restore File sharing Windows profiles Flexible Single-Master Operations (FSMO) roles The AD functional levels Change the IP address of an Samba AD DC Configuring LDAP over SSL (LDAPS) on a Samba AD DC Administer workstations Restoring deleted objects - The AD recycle-bin Working with Active Directory encoded LDAP values Performance tuning Improving performance with server-side copy Samba AD smart card login VPN single sign-on with Samba AD Authenticating other services against Samba AD openLDAP as proxy to AD Client specific logging Delegating administrative permissions to non-administrators|
|sambadv||Samba||14 hours||Samba is an Open Source / Free Software suite that provides file and print services to all manner of SMB/CIFS clients, including Linux and the numerous versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems. Audience This course is suitable for developers and engineers who work with preexisting Samba instances, or who intend to integrate Samba into their work flow. No two courses are delivered the same. Each course is tailored to your specific requirements. Installation Installing Samba from packages Installing Samba from source Upgrading Samba Standalone server File Sharing How POSIX permissions map to Windows permissions Differences between POSIX and Windows ACLs Print Serving Password Storage Samba VFS (Virtual File System) modules Recycle bin Antivirus integration Backup and restore Performance tuning Domain membership What makes Samba a domain member Available ID mapping backends NSS service PAM authentication Coexistence with NFS Domain control What makes Samba a domain controller Services and ports involved in Domain Control Setting up Samba as an Active Directory Domain Controller Joining an additional Samba DC to an existing Active Directory The AD functional levels Storing Windows profiles and logon scripts Authenticating other services against Samba AD Setting up RFC2307 in AD Replication Distributed File System (DFS) Directory Replication Service (DRS)|
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