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Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Nov 16, 2012 7:33 PM EDT
Linux Journal; By Shawn Powers
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More than any other program, Samba allows Linux desktops to exist in the world of Windows. In fact, Samba historically has allowed Linux to live secretly in the server room as well. It's possible to emulate a Primary Domain Controller from your Linux server, and Windows machines can't tell the difference. The problem is that Microsoft no longer uses PDCs and has turned to Active Directory.

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