Samba 4 as Active Directory configuration guide

Samba 4 as Active Directory configuration guide

What is Samba4 meant to accomplish? In simplest terms, Samba4 is an ambitious, yet achievable, reworking of the Samba code. Major features for Samba4 already include: Support for the 'Active Directory' logon and administration protocols that support Windows XP, Windows7, and Mac OS X clients Support for Group Policy definitions New 'full coverage' testsuites Full ... Read more Samba 4 as Active Directory configuration guide

How to configure Samba 3 as Primary Domain Controller

How to configure Samba 3 as Primary Domain Controller

If you are working in a corporate sector then you must have noticed that most of the IT companies are using Active Directory on Windows Server for centralized authentication of all the employees or users but now Linux has introduced Samba3 which can be used to provide the same functionality and features without paying anything ... Read more How to configure Samba 3 as Primary Domain Controller

How to configure Squirrelmal in Linux

SquirrelMail (From wiki) is an Open Source project that provides both a web-based email application and an IMAP proxy server. SquirrelMail webmail outputs valid HTML 4.0 for its presentation, making it compatible with a majority of current web browsers. SquirrelMail webmail uses a plugin architecture to accommodate additional features around the core application, and over 200 ... Read more How to configure Squirrelmal in Linux

How to configure Sendmail server in Red Hat Linux

Let me show you simple steps to configure a sendmail server which will use external smtp server to send mails across the network. IMPORTANT NOTE: Please make sure that this will NOT act as a smtp server instead it will send mails using smtp.gmail.com. You will be able to send mails on any address over ... Read more How to configure Sendmail server in Red Hat Linux

How to configure BIND-9.2 DNS server in linux

NOTE: Please take a copy of the original configuration file before making any changes to it. Using this method you will be able to configure your machine as master DNS server for forward and reverse lookups. ALSO READ: Step by Step tutorial guide to configure BIND DNS server in chroot environment for Red Hat (RHEL/CentOS) ... Read more How to configure BIND-9.2 DNS server in linux

How to configure Dovecot server in Red Hat Linux

Dovecot is an IMAP and POP3 server Prerequisites before starting with the configuration Make sure the required package are installed # rpm -qa | grep dovecot If the package is not installed by default then use yum for the same # yum -y install dovecot Make the following changes as shown below # vi /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf ... Read more How to configure Dovecot server in Red Hat Linux