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This section of the <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> Server Guide will introduce some of the ways <application>Samba</application> is commonly used, and how to install and configure the necessary packages. Additional detailed documentation and information on <application>Samba</application> can be found on the <ulink url=""><application>Samba</application> website</ulink>.
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Located in docs/sharing/C/sharing.xml:82(para)
One of the most common ways to network <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> and <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> computers is to configure <application>Samba</application> as a file server. This section covers setting up a <application>Samba</application> server to share files with <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> clients.
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Located in docs/sharing/C/sharing.xml:94(para)
This example uses <filename>/srv/samba/sharename</filename> because, according to the <emphasis>Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)</emphasis>, <ulink url=""> /srv</ulink> is where site-specific data should be served. Technically, <application>Samba</application> shares can be placed anywhere on the filesystem as long as the permissions are correct, but adhering to standards is recommended.
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Located in docs/sharing/C/sharing.xml:194(para)
The <emphasis>-p</emphasis> switch tells <command>mkdir</command> to create the entire directory tree if it doesn't exist. Change the share name to fit the environment.
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Located in docs/sharing/C/sharing.xml:212(para)
<emphasis>security = user:</emphasis> requires clients to supply a username and password to connect to shares. <application>Samba</application> user accounts are separate from system accounts, but the <application>libpam-smbpass</application> package will sync system users and passwords with the <application>Samba</application> user database.
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Located in docs/sharing/C/sharing.xml:289(para)
<emphasis>security = domain:</emphasis> this mode allows the <application>Samba</application> server to appear to <trademark class="registered">Windows</trademark> clients as a Primary Domain Controller (<acronym>PDC</acronym>), Backup Domain Controller (<acronym>BDC</acronym>), or a Domain Member Server (<acronym>DMS</acronym>). See <xref linkend="samba-dc"/> for further information.
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Located in docs/sharing/C/sharing.xml:347(para)
<emphasis>security = ADS:</emphasis> allows the <application>Samba</application> server to join an <trademark class="registered">Active Directory</trademark> domain as a native member. See <xref linkend="samba-ad-integration"/> for details.
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Located in docs/sharing/C/sharing.xml:357(para)
<emphasis>security = server:</emphasis> this mode is left over from before <application>Samba</application> could become a member server, and, due to some security issues, should not be used. See the <ulink url=" html#id349531">Server Security</ulink> section of the <application>Samba</application> guide for more details.
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Located in docs/sharing/C/sharing.xml:365(para)
The preferred security mode depends on the environment and what the <application>Samba</application> server needs to accomplish.
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Located in docs/sharing/C/sharing.xml:327(para)
This section will reconfigure the <application>Samba</application> file and print server, from <xref linkend="samba-fileserver"/> and the <ulink type="help" url="help:/kubuntu/printing/"> Print Server</ulink>, to require authentication.
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Located in docs/sharing/C/sharing.xml:335(para)
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