Samba-3 by Example: Practical Exercises to Successful Deployment, 2nd Edition
©2006 |Pearson | Available
John H. Terpstra
©2006 |Pearson | Available
Here is the Samba-3 tour guide you have been searching for! The complete
configuration files, step-by-step implementation instructions, network
diagrams, and automated scripts in this book make Samba-3 deployment a
breeze. From small office networks to enterprise environments, here are
proven configurations and expert guidance you won't find anywhere else.
Long-term Samba Team member John H. Terpstra covers all these scenarios,
and more. SAMBA-3 By Example is the manual that teaches you how to drive
This book is your driving license to complete networks with detailed installation step-by-step road-maps using SAMBA-3 and its revisions.
° Updated to include key information on migrating from Samba 3.0 to 3.114.
° The preferred book for the Windows Network Admin, and the UNIX/Linux newcomers to get them rolling with a complete network solution.
° Simple to complex networks covered in a truly easy to follow, step-by-step presentation that even a novice can follow.
List of Examples.
List of Figures.
List of Tables.
I. EXAMPLE NETWORK CONFIGURATIONS.
Chapter 1. No-Frills Samba Servers.
1.2 Assignment Tasks.
1.3 Questions and Answers.
Chapter 2. Small Office Networking.
2.2 Dissection and Discussion.
2.4 Questions and Answers.
Chapter 3. Secure Office Networking.
3.2 Dissection and Discussion.
3.4 Questions and Answers.
Chapter 4. The 500-User Office.
4.2 Dissection and Discussion.
4.4 Questions and Answers.
Chapter 5. Making Happy Users.
5.1 Regarding LDAP Directories and Windows Computer Accounts.
5.3 Dissection and Discussion.
5.4 Samba Server Implementation.
5.5 Samba-3 BDC Configuration.
5.6 Miscellaneous Server Preparation Tasks.
5.7 Windows Client Configuration.
5.8 Key Points Learned.
5.9 Questions and Answers.
Chapter 6. A Distributed 2000-User Network.
6.2 Dissection and Discussion.
6.4 Questions and Answers.
II. DOMAIN MEMBERS, UPDATING SAMBA AND MIGRATION.
Chapter 7. Adding Domain Member Servers and Clients.
7.2 Dissection and Discussion.
7.4 Questions and Answers.
Chapter 8. Updating Samba-3.
8.2 Upgrading from Samba 1.x and 2.x to Samba-3.
8.3 Updating a Samba-3 Installation.
Chapter 9. Migrating NT4 Domain to Samba-3.
9.2 Dissection and Discussion.
9.4 Questions and Answers.
Chapter 10. Migrating Netware Server to Samba-3.
10.2 Dissection and Discussion.
III. REFERENCE SECTION.
Chapter 11. Active Directory, Kerberos, and Security.
11.2 Dissection and Discussion.
11.4 Questions and Answers.
Chapter 12. Integrating Additional Services.
12.2 Dissection and Discussion.
12.4 Questions and Answers.
Chapter 13. Performance, Reliability, and Availability.
13.2 Dissection and Discussion.
13.3 Guidelines for Reliable Samba Operation.
13.4 Key Points Learned.
Chapter 14. Samba Support.
14.1 Free Support.
14.2 Commercial Support.
Chapter 15. A Collection of Useful Tidbits.
15.1 Joining a Domain: Windows 200x/XP Professional.
15.2 Samba System File Location.
15.3 Starting Samba.
15.4 DNS Configuration Files.
15.5 Alternative LDAP Database Initialization.
15.6 The LDAP Account Manager.
15.7 IDEALX Management Console.
15.8 Effect of Setting File and Directory SUID/SGID Permissions Explained.
15.9 Shared Data Integrity.
Chapter 16. Networking Primer.
16.1 Requirements and Notes.
16.4 Dissection and Discussion.
16.5 Questions and Answers.
Appendix A. GNU General Public License.
A.2 Terms and Conditions for Copying, Distribution and Modification.
A.3 How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs.
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John H. Terpstra is a long-time member of the global Samba Team, a loose-knit group of about thirty people who contribute regularly to Samba.
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