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    Tiger Shark
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    Integrating two networks - Unix servers and Windows clients?

    What is the best way to integrate UNIX network and windows server together? What protocols are best to help integrate the two?

    thx for your time in advance,
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    It really depends on what services the server is providing. If you're doing basic file sharing and need your *nix boxes to work with Windows domain authentication, Samba is a good solution.

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