Configuring, programming, and administering mixed Linux/Windows environments
Practical Linux/Windows network design and implementation
Covers all key interoperability issues
Internet/intranet, directory services, backup/restore, security, remote access, file/print, and much more
Enterprises depend increasingly on both Linux and Windows technologies to maximize the performance and value of their IT infrastructures. Now one book presents all of today's best practices for managing Linux and Windows together. In Linux and Windows Interoperability Guide, leading consultants Ed Bradford and Lou Mauget deliver comprehensive guidance for the entire IT lifecycle: network planning, configuration, deployment, application development, scripting, system administration, optimization, and much more.
Includes up-to-the-minute coverage of Windows XP and Windows 2000
Covers every key Windows/Linux interoperability issue
Delivering Web, intranet, and other TCP/IP-based services
Providing remote access and thin-client support
Managing software and user interface compatibility
Integrating and streamlining backup and restore
Designing enterprise domains for maximum performance and security
Integrating directory services to provide single-sign-on and easy management
Providing robust file and print services
Linux and Windows Interoperability Guide—it's your total solutions resource for maximizing the reliability, performance, and cost-effectiveness of any Linux/Windows environment.