Samba enables UNIX/Linux machines to act as Microsoft File and Print servers. This two day hands on training course progresses from the basics of installing samba and simple configurations through to authentication issues and troubleshooting.
File and print servers, Samba server roles,
Windows networking, NetBIOS, SMB.
Hands on Microsoft File and Print shares, analysing the network traffic.
Source, binaries, where to find samba, building
and compiling Samba.
Hands on Download and install Samba.
Samba daemons, starting and stopping Samba,
smbcontrol, Samba net command, smb.conf.
Viewing Samba status, smbclient.
Hands on Starting and stopping Samba, testing the server.
Simple shares, smb.conf variables, configuration
from a web browser, swat, enabling access to
Hands on Configuring samba servers and clients.
Basic shares, [homes], locking options, UNIX file
permissions, controlling user access, Windows
ACLs, virtual samba servers, browsing.
Hands on File sharing and browsing.
Sharing printers, UNIX printing, CUPS, printer
drivers, [printers], PRINT$.
Hands on Samba print server.
Workgroups, domains, users and passwords,
Samba domain security, Samba password
backends: smbpasswd, tdbsam, nisplus, mysql,
Hands on Securing samba shares.
Logging options, controlling logs, Samba utilities,
network protocols, .SMB/CIFS. Performance
Hands on Troubleshooting Samba
"Able to customise course which was excellent."
"Great course for such a huge and important topic."
This structured training course seeks to build upon workbook learning through the use of group exercises, dynamic discussion and individual tasks in order to deliver an engaging and interactive module that will ensure all candidates are able to transfer their new skills into the workplace.