Will this list continue?

Dana Canfield canfield at uindy.edu
Thu Apr 2 14:10:41 GMT 1998

In my case, it's because if we bought the Microsoft equivalents of all the free

software we use, we would have to fire several staff members! And specifically
here, the security
and roaming profiles that are offered a primary domain controller and NT
are what administrators have been trying to kludge together in their labs for

It's off topic, but I am piecing together a web site on how we've almost
completely become a free software campus (on the server side... desktops are
another story).  I hope to have step-by-step instructions and performance
statistics, a lot of the scripts we have written, etc.  If anyone is interested
in seeing it when I'm finished, drop me a line and I'll mail you when it's


Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:

> i reckon.  two options.  1) turn into a pseudo-admin ntdom-only sort-of
> list.  2) deal with nt 5.
> by the way, i am fascinated to note that a large number of people on the
> ntdom list are from educational establishments :-)
> On Thu, 2 Apr 1998, Dana Canfield wrote:
> > Just curious if this list will continue once the NTDOM is fully
> > integrated and tested with the main branch.
> >
> > -Dana
> >
> >
> <a href="mailto:lkcl at samba.anu.edu.au" > Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton  </a>
> <a href="http://mailhost.cb1.com/~lkcl"> Samba and Network Development </a>
> <a href="http://www.samba.co.uk"       > Samba and Network Consultancy </a>

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