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Use UNIX as a PDC for XP and OS X

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Be a good server to your client workstations and use a UNIX system as a primary domain controller (PDC) and file repository, including an anonymous, read-only shared area accessible by anyone with a Web browser. Learn how to integrate your favorite UNIX system with the networking features of client systems, generally running Windows XP or Mac OS X.
 read more | score:8391 | -solrac, April 25, 2006
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