[Samba] PGina & Samba
p_barnick at sympatico.ca
Thu Mar 10 02:37:39 GMT 2005
You're the second person to suggest vmware workstation to me. It is a
little expensive for me but I'll look into it (it might be worth it if it
saves me time in the long run - that's how I'll get my boss to look at it!).
Does it allow you to use the Linux portion of your computer to act as a DHCP
server and assign different IP addresses to the different windows
workstations, all on the same computer? That sounds a little hard to
believe for me, but I would think that it would be necessary in order to do
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Subject: RE: [Samba] PGina & Samba
On Wed, 2005-03-09 at 07:36 -0500, Paul Barnick wrote:
> I have looked at the site. At first I was concerned about the
> security of using PGina instead of a regular Windows logon, but I
> posted on the forum and received some good responses there that
> convinced me that it is at least as secure as windows logon. Now
> comes the implementation! Unfortunately, I can only do it on the
> weekend as I think it will take some time for me to get it to work and
> we cannot have the network down while I'm trying to get it to work.
You should look into getting a copy of VMWare Workstation. You can setup a
complete network of VM machines to do your testing and not touch the
production network at all.
I have VM Workstation for Linux running on my Laptop and routinely run 4 to
5 VM's all at once.
I just bought a Dell PowerEdge 700 server with 4GB of RAM to run VMWare and
it is going to replace the 4 computers currently residing in my office.
Check it out.
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