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Spring 2010CSE 265: System and Network Administration©2004-2010 Brian D. Davison
CSE 265:CSE 265:System and Network AdministrationSystem and Network Administration
Making mixed environments work
 –
Sharing Resources
Common authentication
Network name resolution
Printers
Files
 –
Making Windows look like Linux and vice versa
Add or configure similar interface/functionality
Remote desktops
Dual-booting
OS Emulation/Virtualization
 
Spring 2010CSE 265: System and Network Administration©2004-2010 Brian D. Davison
Mixed environments are the normMixed environments are the norm
Windows + UNIX/Linux/Mac
Why care about Win
doze
? (thanks to CJ)
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It’s everywhere (dun dun DUN!)
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Chances are, more of your clients will be using itthan *NIX
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It has brought computing to the average Joe –billions of ‘em
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It uses inferior multi-user technology, and weshould help them where possible
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It’s not leaving anytime soon – get over it
 
Spring 2010CSE 265: System and Network Administration©2004-2010 Brian D. Davison
Sharing Resources (1)Sharing Resources (1)
Regardless of OS, clients want:
 –
Common authentication
NIS, LDAP, Active Directory
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Network name services
DNS, NetBIOS, WINS

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