You work for a large corporation which contains 100s of computers running a variety of OSes from Linux to OSX to Windows. And all these machines have to communicate with each other as well as be used by multiple users. In this situation, it would be desirable if you could enable centralized login. Nate Osbone has written a cool article which details how to set up such a network using centrally managed user accounts . Linux machines run Samba server to connect and share files with its windows counterparts. A very well written, informative article with lots of pictures.
November 16, 2005 Posted by U.A