[K12OSN] new principal ... wants new feature
karisue at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 19:09:56 UTC 2007
That they have 2003Server at the old school is my suspicion. I'll go check
out the SSLexplorer and see what I can do.
I thought I had my hands full re-figuring out how to make smbldap work on my
fat client edubuntu workstations and ubuntu server. This adds fuel to the
fire -- I only have 6 weeks til school starts. Yikes! If I had no other
clients, it wouldn't be so bad.
Thanks for the advice.
On 7/3/07, Dimitri Yioulos <dyioulos at firstbhph.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday 03 July 2007 2:57 pm, Kari Matthews wrote:
> > Oh my.
> > My new principal says that at his last school, the IT guy had the server
> > set up so that you could login from anywhere (like home) and have access
> > his documents (on the server). He claims that the last school had some
> > kind of web interface. Hmmm.
> > I currently have a Ubuntu 6 server and use smbldap for students --
> > save papers and such on the server. The main advantage of having a
> > IMO, is DansGuardian. None of the teachers do this -- they all save
> > stuff locally. We use Google Apps for mail.
> > Is there a way to set it up so people have access from outside the
> > to their stuff? I only use open source, so if it costs anything, forget
> > it. This is a small school (80 students) with a small budget. I am
> > how to proceed. Does anyone have any suggestions?
> > ~kari
> It sounds a lot like the IT guy at the last school had an SSL vpn,
> via a Web browser, set up (Windows server, for example, has a built-in
> IIRC). In the FOSS space, you might want to take a look at SSL-Explorer
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