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Certified Linux and Windows

Integration Professional
VS-1146
Certified Linux and Windows Integration Professional
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1# 1# 1# 1# Linux >eatures Linux >eatures Linux >eatures Linux >eatures
1.1 Where Linux Fits in a Network
1.2 Linux as a Server
1.3 Linux on the Desktop
1.4 Comparing Linux and Windows Features

:# :# :# :# Linux ,eplo!ent Strategies Linux ,eplo!ent Strategies Linux ,eplo!ent Strategies Linux ,eplo!ent Strategies
2.1 Linux Server Options
2.2 Linux Desktop Migration
2.3 Linux and Thin Clients

@# @# @# @# *asic Sa'a Configuration *asic Sa'a Configuration *asic Sa'a Configuration *asic Sa'a Configuration
3.1 Installing Samba
3.2 The Samba Configuration File Format
3.3 Identifying the Server
3.4 Setting Master Browser Options
3.5 Setting Password Options

4# 4# 4# 4# >ile and Printer Shares >ile and Printer Shares >ile and Printer Shares >ile and Printer Shares
4.1 Common File Share Options
4.2 Printing with CUPS
4.3 Creating a Printer Share
4.4 Delivering Printer Drivers to Windows Clients
4.5 Example Shares

8# 8# 8# 8# 9anaging a )et*I+S )etwork with Sa'a 9anaging a )et*I+S )etwork with Sa'a 9anaging a )et*I+S )etwork with Sa'a 9anaging a )et*I+S )etwork with Sa'a
5.1 Enabling Domain Controller Functions
5.2 Enabling NBNS Functions
5.3 Assuming Master Browser Duties

6# 6# 6# 6# Linux as an S9*ACI>S Client Linux as an S9*ACI>S Client Linux as an S9*ACI>S Client Linux as an S9*ACI>S Client
6.1 Using NetBIOS Name Resolution
6.2 Accessing File Shares
6.3 Printing to Printer Shares
6.4 Configuring GUI Workgroup Browsers

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7.1 The Principles Behind Winbind
7.2 Samba Winbind Configuration
7.3 PAM and NSS Winbind Options
7.4 Winbind in Action

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8.1 The Principles Behind LDAP
8.2 Configuring an OpenLDAP Server
8.3 Creating a User Directory
8.4 Configuring Linux to Use LDAP for Login Authentication
8.5 Configuring Windows to Use LDAP for Login Authentication

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9.1 Kerberos Fundamentals
9.2 Linux Kerberos Server Configuration
9.3 Kerberos Application Server Configuration
9.4 Linux Kerberos Client Configuration
9.5 Windows Kerberos Tools

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10.1 What Can Text-Mode Logins Do?
10.2 SSH Server Configuration
10.3 Telnet Server Configuration
10.4 Windows Remote-Login Tools

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11.1 What Can GUI Logins Do?
11.2 Using Remote X Access
11.3 Encrypting X by SSH Tunneling
11.4 VNC Configuration and Use
11.5 Running Windows Programs from Linux

1:# 1:# 1:# 1:# Linux $hin Client Configurations Linux $hin Client Configurations Linux $hin Client Configurations Linux $hin Client Configurations
12.1 The Role of Thin Client Computing
12.2 Hardware Requirements
12.3 Linux as a Server for Thin Clients
12.4 Linux as a Thin Client

1@# 1@# 1@# 1@# Configuring 9ail Ser%ers Configuring 9ail Ser%ers Configuring 9ail Ser%ers Configuring 9ail Ser%ers
13.1 Linux Mail Server Options
13.2 Configuring Sendmail
13.3 Configuring Postfix
13.4 Configuring POP and IMAP Servers
13.5 Scanning for Spam, Worms, and Viruses
13.6 Supplementing a Microsoft Exchange Server
13.7 Using Fetchmail

14# 14# 14# 14# )etwork *ackups )etwork *ackups )etwork *ackups )etwork *ackups
14.1 Backup Strategies
14.2 Backing Up the Linux System
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14.3 Backing Up with Samba
14.4 Backing Up with AMANDA

18# 18# 18# 18# 9anaging a )etwork with Linux 9anaging a )etwork with Linux 9anaging a )etwork with Linux 9anaging a )etwork with Linux
15.1 Delivering IP Addresses with DHCP
15.2 Delivering Names with DNS
15.3 Keeping Clocks Synchronized with NTP

























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