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    Samba on NT domain


    Hi all, I am new to linux, i have been doing lots of reading online to expand my knowledge toward Linux. I have already read a lot online. But, what i really want to know is. Well, my question is

    1)How Samba works in NT domain.
    2) When a Samba server is configured, how to add that in NT domain.
    3) Do we need to create Samba account in NT domain.
    4) How do user see Samba through NT domain.

    I will really appreciate your comments on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by new_linux_user
    1)How Samba works in NT domain.
    usally has a bdc, can be a dc if we are talkign abou a nt4 domain. and can be a pure client that happens to be used as a file server

    Quote Originally Posted by new_linux_user
    2) When a Samba server is configured, how to add that in NT domain.
    usally sambe will add it self, depending on the config

    [QUOTE=new_linux_user]3) Do we need to create Samba account in NT domain.[quote]
    there should be no need to

    Quote Originally Posted by new_linux_user
    4) How do user see Samba through NT domain.
    what do you mean by this, do you mean in the management concole under computer, or a path in network naghbour hood
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