Samba 4.0 was released

Valic —  December 11, 2012 — Leave a comment

This afternoon the 4.0 version  of Samba.  Samba 4 is the first version that can be a domain controller in an Active Directory domain. The First Free software package Active Directory Compatible Server As the fruits of 10 years’ work, the Samba Team has created the primary compatible Free software package implementation of Microsoft’s Active Directory protocols. acquainted to all or any network directors, the Active Directory protocols ar the guts of contemporary directory service implementations. Samba 4.0 contains associate LDAP directory server, Heimdallr Kerberos authentication server, a secure Dynamic DNS server, and implementations of all necessary remote procedure incorporate Active Directory.

Samba 4.0 provides everything required to function a vigorous Directory Compatible Domain Controller for all versions of Microsoft Windows purchasers presently supported by Microsoft, together with the recently free Windows eight.

The Samba 4.0 Active Directory Compatible Server provides support for options like cluster Policy, Roaming Profiles, Windows Administration tools and integrates with Microsoft Exchange and Free software package compatible services like OpenChange. The Samba four.0 Active Directory Compatible Server may also be joined to associate existing Microsoft Active Directory domain, and Microsoft Active Directory Domain Controllers are often joined to a Samba four.0 Active Directory Compatible Server, showing true peer-to-peer ability of the Microsoft and Samba implementations of the Active Directory protocols.

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