Samba 3 Does Windows Better

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Samba 3 Does Windows Better

The latest version of Samba, the free software that provides systems running Linux and Unix with Windows-compatible file and print services, now works more closely than ever with Windows. Samba 3.0, which became available last month, enables machines to join an Active Directory domain as a native member and to authenticate users with LDAP and Kerberos. For companies that use Active Directory, these improvements can make a mixed- platform server environment easier to manage.

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