ldap was Re: [Samba] Samba 4
deryck at samba.org
Fri Aug 26 13:58:02 GMT 2005
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Farkas Levente wrote:
> Simo Sorce wrote:
>>> and last but not least finaly some kind of non command line
>>> management interface would be very usful. until then windows always
>>> be better:-(
>> Have you ever looked at swat2 in samba4 ?
> no. i'm just read the swat4.txt, but
> - will it be able to manage users?
> - will it be able to manage computers?
> - will it be able to manage emails? even with more domains?
> - will it be able to manage other services? smtp, pop3, imap, http
> proxy, and new servieces can be easily added in a clean modular way?
SWAT is simply the GUI. Anything you can do from the command-line, you
will be able to do from a graphical window-like interface in SWAT. Once
it's done of course. :-)
I believe it will be quite nice, so don't base your expectations/fears on
SWAT in previous versions of Samba. Whether Samba4 meets your particular
needs or not is another question, but I can say we will definitely have a
nice, feature-rich admin GUI once SWAT is done.
Deryck Hodge http://www.devurandom.org/
Samba Team http://www.samba.org/
"This is the 21st century ... Magic isn't dead." --Marillion (2001)
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