How would I sign my Linux box onto Windows networks?
Well, this is probably a really dumb question, but I'm going to ask anyway.
My school is networked together through Windows. All the OS's are Vista, specifically.
I have a project coming up and I need to show Debian off on the network - this means I'll have to sign in with my username and password.
I've tried Samba before, but it is confusing. Maybe I'm just stupid?
Each student is given four numbers, then are allowed to make the password of their choice. The logon is then sometimes followed by an at (@) sign and location of a certain network - the middle school has their own network, the high school has their own network, etc.
Something like this: ####@hs.school.edu
It's not against the rules or anything (if you are thinking along those lines) because I'll still be behind the schools filter.
I just need to show off the project and it needs to get onto the net for some resources... Can someone help me?