guess you have to set up samba as a PDC in your network
I know how to use samba [basics anyway] but does it handle the user
logins at the initial windows login screen?
From: David Vernon
[mailto:RedHat ladadee com]
Sent: Mon 6/7/2004 12:31 AM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases
Subject: Re: NIS or Other Auth Protocol - Linux and
On Sun, 2004-06-06 at 21:27, Ragone_Andrew wrote:
This may be a little OT but here it goes:
> I am going to be setting
up a small network of about 10 computers that
> I would like to have
an Authentication for so that users can login
> [mainly from Windows
computers] and set up Shares [such as
> //server/home/user mapped to
the Z: drive. I have heard of NIS and
> Kerberos but I am not sure if
I can set up file shares with them. I
> know that Windows Server does
it, for example, with Directory
> Services, but I do not like
Microsoft and am sure that the Linux world
> has a daemon similar or
better than that.
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