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ubuntu-doc@lists.ubuntu.com (Ubuntu Documentation Project)
ubuntu-doc@lists.ubuntu.com (Ubuntu Documentation Project)
Translated and reviewed by Jen Ockwell on 2008-07-20
Located in serverguide/C/serverguide-C.omf:6(creator) serverguide/C/serverguide-C.omf:7(maintainer)
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Ubuntu Server Guide
Ubuntu Server Guide
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2007-04-05
Located in serverguide/C/serverguide-C.omf:8(title) serverguide/C/serverguide-C.omf:11(description) serverguide/C/serverguide.xml:14(title) serverguide/C/bookinfo.xml:13(title)
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2007-09-30
30/09/2007
Translated and reviewed by Jen Ockwell on 2008-07-20
Located in serverguide/C/serverguide-C.omf:9(date)
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Windows Networking
Windows Networking
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in serverguide/C/windows-networking.xml:13(title)
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Computer networks are often comprised of diverse systems, and while operating a network made up entirely of Ubuntu desktop and server computers would certainly be fun, some network environments must consist of both Ubuntu and <trademark class="registered">Microsoft</trademark><trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> systems working together in harmony. This section of the <phrase>Ubuntu</phrase> Server Guide introduces principles and tools used in configuring your Ubuntu Server for sharing network resources with Windows computers.
Computer networks are often comprised of diverse systems, and while operating a network made up entirely of Ubuntu desktop and server computers would certainly be fun, some network environments must consist of both Ubuntu and <trademark class="registered">Microsoft</trademark><trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> systems working together in harmony. This section of the <phrase>Ubuntu</phrase> Server Guide introduces principles and tools used in configuring your Ubuntu Server for sharing network resources with Windows computers.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2007-04-05
Located in serverguide/C/windows-networking.xml:15(para)
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Introduction
Introduction
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in serverguide/C/windows-networking.xml:25(title) serverguide/C/virtualization.xml:402(title) serverguide/C/security.xml:354(title) serverguide/C/remote-administration.xml:22(title) serverguide/C/package-management.xml:20(title) serverguide/C/introduction.xml:13(title)
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Successfully networking your Ubuntu system with Windows clients involves providing and integrating with services common to Windows environments. Such services assist the sharing of data and information about the computers and users involved in the network, and may be classified under three major categories of functionality:
Successfully networking your Ubuntu system with Windows clients involves providing and integrating with services common to Windows environments. Such services assist the sharing of data and information about the computers and users involved in the network, and may be classified under three major categories of functionality:
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in serverguide/C/windows-networking.xml:27(para)
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<emphasis role="bold">File and Printer Sharing Services</emphasis>. Using the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol to facilitate the sharing of files, folders, volumes, and the sharing of printers throughout the network.
<emphasis role="bold">File and Printer Sharing Services</emphasis>. Using the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol to facilitate the sharing of files, folders, volumes, and the sharing of printers throughout the network.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in serverguide/C/windows-networking.xml:35(para)
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<emphasis role="bold">Directory Services</emphasis>. Sharing vital information about the computers and users of the network with such technologies as the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and Microsoft <trademark class="registered">Active Directory</trademark>.
<emphasis role="bold">Directory Services</emphasis>. Sharing vital information about the computers and users of the network with such technologies as the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and Microsoft <trademark class="registered">Active Directory</trademark>.
Translated and reviewed by Malcolm Parsons on 2006-09-20
Located in serverguide/C/windows-networking.xml:41(para)
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<emphasis role="bold">Authentication and Access</emphasis>. Establishing the identity of a computer or user of the network and determining the information the computer or user is authorized to access using such principles and technologies as file permissions, group policies, and the Kerberos authentication service.
<emphasis role="bold">Authentication and Access</emphasis>. Establishing the identity of a computer or user of the network and determining the information the computer or user is authorised to access using such principles and technologies as file permissions, group policies, and the Kerberos authentication service.
Translated and reviewed by Dean Sas on 2006-04-09
Located in serverguide/C/windows-networking.xml:48(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Adam Collard, Andi Chandler, Dan Bishop, David McBride, Dean Sas, Edward Chidgey, Gabriel Ruiz, Jen Ockwell, John McGuckian, Lex Angel, Malcolm Parsons, Matthew East, Robert Readman, Stephen Hall, ZhongHan Cai.