SAMBA Administration

This course teaches how to administer a SAMBA-3 environment. SAMBA-3 provides file and print services to Microsoft Window clients using the SMB/CIFS protocols. This course will give the student hands on experience implementing, configuring, and troubleshooting a SAMBA server. After a quick system setup, the student will learn numerous troubleshooting techniques and tools. Then implement print services and set up SAMBA as a Primary Domain Controller. The Samba Web Administration Tool (SWAT) will also be utilized for easy administration.

STUDENTS ENROLLED

    • Why would I want to use SAMBA?
      • Windows/Unix Integration
      • Windows/Unix Shared Security
      • Printer and Network Resource Sharing
      • Centralized Backups
      • Migration Strategies
    • Implementing SAMBA for File Sharing
      • Location of System Files
      • Organization of the “smb.conf” File
      • Protocols and Ports Utilized
      • Starting SAMBA Services
    • Troubleshooting your implementation
      • Testparm
      • Smbclient
      • Smbstatus
      • Nmblookup
      • Tail
      • Ethereal
      • Net
      • Google
      • Lists.samba.org
    • The security options
      • Security Model
      • ACLs
      • Interfaces
      • Valid Users
      • IPC$
      • Tcpwrappers
      • Iptables
    • Setting up print services
      • BSD printers
      • CUPS printers
    • Implementing a Domain Controller
      • SAMBA PDC
      • SAMBA BDC
    • Using SWAT
      • Configuring xinetd for SWAT
      • Accessing through your Web Browser
      • SWAT Walk Through

    This course is designed for administrators responsible for integrating their Unix servers with a Microsoft Environment and providing seamless interoperability.

    • U301 – Linux System Administration, or equivalent
    • Knowledge of the U501 – vi Text Editor

    Upon completion of this course the student will be able to implement, configure, troubleshoot, and administer a SAMBA file and print server. They will also be able to configure SAMBA as a Primary Domain Controller and use SWAT as an administration tool. The student will be well grounded in the primary uses of SAMBA and ready to address advanced applications.

    • PC Workstation for use during training
    • Student Manual
    • The Official SAMBA-3 HOWTO & Reference Guide
      (Bruce Perens Open Source)

    • U201 – Intermediate Unix & Shell Programming

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