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The Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide

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The Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide
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Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN/ASIN: 0131453556
ISBN-13: 9780131453555
Number of pages: 737

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This is the definitive guide to using Samba-3 in production environments. It begins with the immense amount of HOWTO information published by the Samba Team and volunteers around the world, but that's just the beginning. The book's Samba Team editors have organized and edited this material around the practical needs of working Windows administrators. UNIX/Linux administrators will find all the answers they need as well.

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