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Limitations preventing in usage of Linux in Enterprise desktop space and suggestions to overcome common challenges. I am (Java/JEE) techinical arichitect and developer for a major IT consultancy and Linux supporter. I try hands on different linux flavors as part of my job. I found liking for Ubuntu in desktop use. I feel linux is lagging in enterprise level desktop use and I will give my reasons for it. I divide emloyees (for any size of organization) in three categories: 1. Managers 2. Office assistants (e.g. clerical, travel department etc.) 3. IT Specialists (from both development and support/maintainance)
Considering the substantial increase in linux desktops, it seems likely that more and more of these users will need to integrate into Windows based networks. I have provided a breif howto on Printer and File Sharing with Samba.
This is the rest of the letter that Dr. UN*X is sending to Adrian about his question onto how can people connect to his system using the two DSL lines connected to it, read on to see the rest of the letter.