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Formação SL1231 – Partilha de Recursos de Rede com Samba

Enquadramento

O SAMBA disponibiliza partilha de ficheiros e impressoras em servidores UNIX, Linux e Solaris para Microsoft Windows PCs. Este curso oferece a oportunidade para aprender aprofundadamente como obter, instalar e configurar este software gratuito.

Destinatários

Administradores de rede responsáveis pela integração de rede Microsoft com plataformas Unix e Linux.

Pré-requisitos

[SL1221] Introdução ao TCP/IP e à Internet

[SL1203] Instalação, Configuração e Administração de Linux

Conhecimentos específicos e experiência de UNIX/Solaris/Linux incluíndo alguma administração de sistemas e configuração de rede IP network.

Conhecimentos de configuração de servidor Windows podem ser uma vantagem, embora não essencial.

Duração

12 horas/2 dias

Conteúdo Programático

  • Introdução
    • Samba background e overview
    • File e Printer sharing background
    • Typical server roles for SAMBA, and limitations, including standalone, NT domain and Active Directory domain roles
    • Windows domain and Active Directory domain roles
    • Authentication mechanisms
  • Configurar e Instalar SAMBA a partir da fonte
    • Obtaining the latest source, configuration options, configuring and compiling the source, installing the binaries and support files
    • Integrating into the Linux and Solaris environments
    • Using options for LDAP and Active Directory when configuring
    • SAMBA Documentation including available books
  • Configuração de SAMBA
    • Configuring Solaris and Linux to run Samba
    • The smb.conf file, using testparm to validate the file
    • Example smb.conf with basic global options, plus disk and printer shares
    • Local user authentication; smbpasswd; using encrypted passwords
    • Creating and modifying boot-up scripts
    • Starting, stopping and restarting the server daemons
    • Testing the server with smbclient
    • Debugging SAMBA startup
  • Configuração de SAMBA via Web Browser
    • What is swat?
    • How to enable access to swat
    • Using swat to examine and change SAMBA configuration directives
    • Obtaining access to documentation via swat
    • Other options for GUI configuration, including webmin
  • Servidor SAMBA – a visão do Windows
    • Using SAMBA server resources from the PC
    • Sharing Workgroup resources from the PC, and accessing them from Linux, and with smbclient
  • Configuração de File Format & Syntax
    • Variables, includes, config file, [globals] section, Server Configuration, NetBIOS Names
    • How smb.conf is a dynamic file, changing for each client
  • Papéis típicos do Servidor para Samba
    • Standalone server
    • Read-only simple server
    • Domain member server (user authentication from domain server) with setup guide and example smb.conf files
  • Partilha de discos e gerais em detalhe
    • Basic Options, encrypted passwords, restricting user and network access, Netbios names
    • Virtual Samba Servers
    • Browsing, browsing mechanics and elections, domain master browser,local browse master etc.
    • Browsing Issues
  • Aspectos do sistema de ficheiros UNIX/Windows
    • Naming, permissions
    • Links, hidden files, veto files, etc.
    • Forcing attributes such as UID
  • Domain User Authentication and winbind
    • Domain Logons, logon scripts, profiles, policies, trust accounts, password backends including tdbsam, MySQL, LDAP
    • Active Directory
  • NT4 PDC para conversão PDC Samba
    • Guia passo-a-passo
  • Serviços de Impressão
    • Sharing printers, CUPS, BSD, SYSV, Printing Options, printer drivers
  • Serviços WINS e Name
    • nmbd and its function
    • How Samba resolves hosts
    • Using DNS and LDAP, plus DHCP issues
  • Logging
    • Logging Options
    • Controlling logs
  • Utilidades SAMBA
    • smbtar, findsmb, nmblookup, smbstatus, net, etc.
  • Performance Tuning
    • Sizing Servers, High Availability
  • Troubleshooting
    • Guides and tools for resolving problems
  • Diversos
    • VFS Modules smb.conf Variable Reference & Summary