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How to Manage Directory Services, Authentication & Security in Mixed Windows/Linux Networks
Directory services play a critical role in ensuring computer networks are properly secured and efficiently managed. While Linux machines running in Microsoft Windows networks can interoperate with Active Directory, configuration is complicated - especially for administrators lacking Linux expertise.
This white paper:
- Covers the basics of working with directory services
- Describes tools and protocols used to manage authentication between Windows and Linux systems
- Outlines new software solutions that make all of this easier
Download How to Manage Directory Services, Authentication & Security in Mixed Windows/Linux Networks
Vice President of Product Development
Manny is a co-founder of Centeris and has 24 years of software development and investment experience including positions as HP and Microsoft. At Microsoft, Manny first worked as a program manager for software development and later moved into the Developer Tools Group. After leaving Microsoft in 1998, Manny started his own consulting business to help startups and venture capital companies with the due-diligence process. Having worked with Northwest Venture Associates on various projects, he joined the company as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence in 2003.
- 23 Oct 2006
- 23 Oct 2006
- White Paper