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1 begins with an overview of the problems and challenges of internetworking computing resources in a mixed UNIX and Windows environment. Trouble spots include maintaining application preference consistency for mobile users, resource scaling and naming in large enterprises, and password synchronization between dissimilar operating systems. The intent is to assist the reader in identifying their own requirements for planning an infrastructure to facilitate resource sharing under Samba. 2 is for those administrators and users who are unfamiliar with the UNIX operating system and its network services. Since Samba runs as a UNIX based service, the focus of discussion centers on those UNIX subsystems important to the care and feeding of Samba. The chapter also includes an overview of the various UNIX naming, authentication, and authorization services referenced in later chapters regarding resource identification and access control. 3 is similar to 2 in that it presents an overview of the various Windows implementations and architectures. Special attention is devoted to the NETBIOS, SMB, and CIFS protocols upon which Samba is based. Other topics include name service, authentication and access controls, browsing, and Windows 2000 Active Directory. 4 introduces Samba, its history, and its evolution. The chapter follows from the previous discussions of UNIX and Windows architectures by outlining how Samba facilitates authentication, authorization, and resource sharing between the two operating systems. The chapter also covers licensing and distribution, and concludes with a brief overview of Samba NT Primary Domain Controller emulation. -4-
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5 provides further detail on the Samba distribution package, supported platforms, documentation, and the installation process. Installation trade offs related to the binary and source distribution formats are presented, along with a step by step procedure for building Samba from source code. The chapter closes with an introduction to Samba configuration, system startup, and operation. 6 begins the advanced section of the text by further detailing Samba configuration options. This chapter is intended to be a base reference of stanzas, variables, and parameters which will be used in configuring the services presented in subsequent chapters. This section also includes a discussion of the use of Samba macros which can be used to automate administration and operation tasks. 7 focuses on authentication and access control mechanisms. Alternative schemes for mapping accounts, groups, and permissions are presented along with techniques for integrating Samba with the more advanced authentication mechanisms provided by NDIS, Kerberos, LDAP, and Windows 2000. The chapter also covers password security and name space scaling for large enterprises. 8 describes the various name service mechanisms supported by Samba to identify and locate resources in a domain or workgroup. Approaches include the use of host files, names servers like WINS and DNS, and interoperating with Windows 2000 Active Directory. 9 follows the previous discussion on resource identification with a description of how to setup the browse service to manage resource visibility by Windows clients in the network. Topics include the use of browse lists, the browser election process, and browsing over local and routed subnets. 10 explains how to configure Samba to emulate an NT Primary Domain Controller (PDC). The discussion covers the features and limitations in the PDC implementation, defining trust relationships with other domains, setting up user profiles, policies and login scripts, and interoperability issues with Windows 2000 domains, trees, and forests. 11 describes how files and directories are shared between UNIX and Windows via Samba. The chapter presents a number of problem areas that must be considered when configuring Samba file shares. Areas requiring special consideration include mapping file name structures and character sets, support for symbolic links, and file locking mechanisms. 12 covers the configuration of printer shares in Samba. The discussion covers configuration for various styles of UNIX printing, driver support, and queuing controls. This section also describes printing from UNIX to Windows managed printers. 13 switches focus from the server side of Samba to its various clients. Step by step instructions are provided for configuring Windows, UNIX, and other desktop clients to authenticate and the access the resources managed by Samba. 14 outlines administrative tasks and tools which will help the reader maintain a reliable and available Samba service. This includes descriptions of graphical and Webbased tools which simplify Samba administration.
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15 culminates the text with on overview of troubleshooting procedures for diagnosing and correcting problems. A synopsis of the tools available in Samba, UNIX, and Windows is provided along with descriptions of how they can be used together to sleuth Samba problems. A listing of additional Samba documents and on-line discussion groups is provided for those "when all else fails cry for help" situations. The appendices provide example configurations and additional reference information. That being said, it's time to Samba!
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