Samba vs Solaris PC-Netlink
David.Collier-Brown at canada.sun.com
Mon Aug 21 12:03:05 GMT 2000
| Does anyone have any idea how Solaris PC-Netlink compares to Samba?
Sure: I did a paper on it this spring, I'll see if it's been published
In the meantime:
- it does ACLS, but stores them in a file, which you need to save
during backups. They **do not** control access from the Unix side.
- it will happily be a domain controller
- it doesn't do ldap
- it doesn't do single-signon (yet)
- The 1.2 version is faster than it was, so the client limit
in no longer 1000 or less.
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