As many more companies implement Linux alongside Windows, there is a critical need for guidance on how to make the two systems work together effectively. Addressing version 2.4 of the Linux kernel, this book provides network managers and system administrators with the most up-to-date working resource for all their Linux with Windows 2000 integration questions. Expert Ross Brunson uses many practical examples to help explain all topics from the ground up, including archi-tectures and features, strengths and weaknesses of both systems, protocols, system administration, various cross-platform operations, and finally, configuration and troubleshooting.
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About the Author
ROSS BRUNSON is Director of Courseware Development and Instruction with Sair Linux, Inc. He is certified as an MCSE, Inet+, and Sair LCI with extensive experience as a trainer, consultant, and administrator. He has developed curriculums for Linux and Windows 2000 for use in over thirty countries, and has implemented solutions for integrating Windows, Linux, and Unix across many and varied enterprises.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Why Integrate Linux and Windows 2000?
Chapter 2. Planning and Executing an Integration.
Chapter 3. Introducing Linux and Windows 2000.
Chapter 4. Integrating Network Protocols.
Chapter 5. Text Interfaces, Users, and Groups.
Chapter 6. Graphical User Environments.
Chaptewr 7. Assigning and Managing IP Address Information.
Chapter 8. Integrating DNS Environments.
Chapter 9. System, User, and Group Administration.
Chapter 10. Local and Remote Filesystem Integration.
Chapter 11. Cross-Platform Printing.
Chapter 12. Understanding the Active Directory Service.
Chapter 13. Linux's NIS and Microsoft's Server for NIS.