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A

Account Controls, Managing Account/User Policies
ACLs, File, Directory and Share Access Controls
File System, File and Directory Access Control
POSIX, File, Directory and Share Access Controls, Features and Benefits
share, Features and Benefits
Windows, Features and Benefits
Active Directory, Samba ADS Domain Membership, Stand-Alone Samba Server, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, IDMAP_RID with Winbind, Interdomain Trust Relationships
AD4UNIX, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client
ADAM, IDMAP Storage in LDAP using Winbind
add group script, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Sample smb.conf Add Group Script, Adding Groups Fails, Adding or Creating a New Group
add machine script, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, The Machine Trust Account Is Not Accessible, LDAP Configuration Notes, Managing Domain Machine Accounts using NT4 Server Manager, On-the-Fly Creation of Machine Trust Accounts, Adding Machine to Domain Fails, Common Errors
add printer command, Adding New Printers with the Windows NT APW
add printer wizard, Driver Upload Methods
add share script, Creating, Editing, and Removing Shares
add user script, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Mapping User Identifiers between MS Windows and UNIX
add user to group script, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller
admin users, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, User and Group-Based Controls, File Operations Done as root with force user Set
Administrator, Discussion
ADS, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, IDMAP Storage in LDAP using Winbind (see Active Directory)
AFS, The Distributed File System Challenge
algorithmic mapping, Primary Domain Controller
allow trusted domains, IDMAP_RID with Winbind
Amanda, Amanda
anonymous
print server, Anonymous Print Server
read-write server, Anonymous Read-Write Document Server
application/cups.vnd-postscript, Windows CUPS PostScript Driver Versus Adobe Driver
application/octet-stream, Explicitly Enable “raw” Printing for application/octet-stream, MIME Type Conversion Rules, application/octet-stream Printing
application/pdf, MIME Types and CUPS Filters, MIME Type Conversion Rules
application/postscript, Windows CUPS PostScript Driver Versus Adobe Driver
application/vnd.cups-raster, PostScript Printer Descriptions (PPDs) for Non-PS Printers
application/vnd.cups-raw, Explicitly Enable “raw” Printing for application/octet-stream
auth methods, Configuration of auth methods, Passdb Backends and Authentication
autogen.sh, Building the Binaries

C

case sensitive, Miscellaneous Controls, Windows 9x/Me Profile Setup, Handling Large Directories
chpass, Manual Creation of Machine Trust Accounts
client use spnego, I Can't Join a Windows 2003 PDC
comment, Configuration file syntax, Anonymous Read-Only Document Server, Anonymous Read-Write Document Server, Anonymous Print Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, Example Configuration, Reference Documentation Server, Central Print Serving, Extended Printing Configuration, The [printers] Section, Any [my_printer_name] Section, Creating the [print$] Share, [print$] Section Parameters, Simple smb.conf Settings for CUPS, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb, Discussion, Shadow Copy Setup, Assumptions
Config.POL, Creating and Managing System Policies
configure, Building the Binaries
connections.tdb, The Printing *.tdb Files
(see also TDB)
core files, Internal Errors
create mask, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, Domain Control Example Configuration, File and Directory Permissions-Based Controls, Interaction with the Standard Samba “create mask” Parameters, Windows 2000 Service Pack 2
csc policy, Miscellaneous Controls
CUPS
Page Accounting, Page Accounting with CUPS
quotas, Setting Up Quotas
CUPS-PPD, cupsomatic, pdqomatic, lpdomatic, directomatic
cupsaddsmb, Driver Upload Methods, cupsaddsmb: The Unknown Utility, Caveats to be Considered, Run cupsaddsmb (Quiet Mode), Run cupsaddsmb with Verbose Output, Understanding cupsaddsmb, cupsaddsmb with a Samba PDC, cupsaddsmb Flowchart
cupsomatic, Using Windows-Formatted Vendor PPDs, The CUPS Filtering Architecture, The Role of cupsomatic/foomatic, cupsomatic/foomatic-rip Versus native CUPS Printing, cupsomatic, pdqomatic, lpdomatic, directomatic

D

daemon, Alternative: Starting smbd as a Daemon
DDK, PostScript Drivers with No Major Problems Even in Kernel Mode, CUPS “PostScript Driver for Windows NT/200x/XP”
debug, Internal Errors
debug level, Debugging with Samba Itself, Log Level
debuglevel, Debug Levels
default case, Miscellaneous Controls
default profile, Default Profile for Windows Users, Changing the Default Profile
delete group script, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller
delete printer command, Adding New Printers with the Windows NT APW
delete roaming profiles, MS Windows 200x/XP
delete share script, Creating, Editing, and Removing Shares
delete user from group script, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller
delete user script, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller
DFS (see MS-DFS, Distributed File Systems)
DHCP, Background Information
diagnostic, IDMAP Storage in LDAP using Winbind
diff, Patches
directory mask, Domain Control Example Configuration, File and Directory Permissions-Based Controls, Windows 2000 Service Pack 2
directory security mask, Interaction with the Standard Samba “create mask” Parameters
Directory Separators, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
disable spoolss, Anonymous Print Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration
display charset, Samba and Charsets, Basic Parameter Setting, Individual Implementations, Enabling SWAT Internationalization Support
Distributed File Systems, The Distributed File System Challenge
DMC, Examples of IDMAP Backend Usage
DMS, Examples of IDMAP Backend Usage
DNS, TCP/IP without NetBIOS, DNS Lookup
Active Directory, DNS and Active Directory
Dynamic, Background Information, Dynamic DNS
dns proxy, What Is Browsing?
domain admin group, Group Mapping MS Windows and UNIX
Domain Admins group, Discussion
domain join, ADS Domains
domain logons, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Preparing for Domain Control, Domain Control Example Configuration, Example Configuration, Example PDC Configuration, Example Configuration, Changing the Default Profile
domain master, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Domain Control Example Configuration, Domain Network Logon Service, Example Configuration, Example PDC Configuration, Example Configuration, What Is Browsing?, Configuring WORKGROUP Browsing, DOMAIN Browsing Configuration, Making Samba the Domain Master
Domain Member, Domain Security Mode (User Level Security), Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client
joining, Example Configuration
Domain Member Client (see DMC)
Domain Member Server (see DMS)
domain security, Features and Benefits, Primary Domain Controller
Domain Users group, Adding Domain Users to the Power Users Group
dont descend, Miscellaneous Controls
dos charset, Samba and Charsets, Basic Parameter Setting, Individual Implementations, CP850.so Can't Be Found
dos filemode, File and Directory Permissions-Based Controls
dos filetime resolution, Miscellaneous Controls
dos filetimes, Miscellaneous Controls
Drive Identification, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems

F

failed join, NT4 Style Domains (includes Samba Domains), IDMAP_RID with Winbind
fake oplocks, Miscellaneous Controls
File Naming Conventions, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
File System, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
case sensitivity, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
feature comparison, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
UNIX, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
Windows, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
flush name cache, How Can One Flush the Samba NetBIOS Name Cache without Restarting Samba?
foo:domain column, Configuring
foo:fullname column, Configuring
foo:lanman pass column, Configuring
foo:mysql database, Configuring
foo:mysql password, Configuring
foo:mysql user, Configuring
foo:nt pass column, Configuring
foo:unknown 3 column, Configuring
foomatic, Using Windows-Formatted Vendor PPDs, The CUPS Filtering Architecture, The Role of cupsomatic/foomatic, cupsomatic/foomatic-rip Versus native CUPS Printing, foomatic-rip and Foomatic Explained, Foomatic's Strange Name
foomatic-rip, cupsomatic/foomatic-rip Versus native CUPS Printing, CUPS Print Drivers from Linuxprinting.org, foomatic-rip and Foomatic Explained, The Grand Unification Achieved
force create mode, File and Directory Permissions-Based Controls, Interaction with the Standard Samba “create mask” Parameters, Users Cannot Write to a Public Share, MS Word with Samba Changes Owner of File
force directory mode, File and Directory Permissions-Based Controls, Interaction with the Standard Samba “create mask” Parameters, Users Cannot Write to a Public Share, MS Word with Samba Changes Owner of File
force directory security mode, File and Directory Permissions-Based Controls, Interaction with the Standard Samba “create mask” Parameters
force group, Anonymous Read-Write Document Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, User and Group-Based Controls, Users Cannot Write to a Public Share
force security mode, File and Directory Permissions-Based Controls, Interaction with the Standard Samba “create mask” Parameters
force unknown acl user, File and Directory Migration
force user, Anonymous Read-Write Document Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, User and Group-Based Controls, Users Cannot Write to a Public Share, File Operations Done as root with force user Set, Beware of Force User
ftp, Accessing the Samba Sources via rsync and ftp

G

gdb, Internal Errors
GDI, GDI on Windows -- PostScript on UNIX, Windows Drivers, GDI and EMF, From Windows Clients to an NT Print Server, Driver Execution on the Server
genlogon.pl, Network Logon Script Magic
getent, IDMAP_RID with Winbind
GhostScript, PostScript and Ghostscript, Ghostscript the Software RIP for Non-PostScript Printers
(see also PostScript)
Ghostscript
ESP (see ESP GhostScript)
GID, Features and Benefits, Identity Mapping (IDMAP), Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client
GID range, Interdomain Trust Relationships
GPG, Verifying Samba's PGP Signature
GPOs, Features and Benefits, MS Windows 200x/XP Professional Policies, Administration of Windows 200x/XP Policies, Managing Account/User Policies, MS Windows 200x/XP
group policies, Features and Benefits
group policy objects (see GPOs)
group profiles, Creating and Managing Group Profiles
groupadd, Features and Benefits
groupadd limitations, Sample smb.conf Add Group Script
groupdel, Features and Benefits
groups
domain, Discussion
mapping, Group Mapping MS Windows and UNIX
nested, Nested Groups: Adding Windows Domain Groups to Windows Local Groups
guest account, Problem Resolution, Server Resources Can Not Be Listed, The [printers] Section
guest ok, Example Configuration, Anonymous Read-Only Document Server, Anonymous Read-Write Document Server, Anonymous Print Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, Example Configuration, Central Print Serving, User and Group-Based Controls, Extended Printing Configuration, The [printers] Section, Any [my_printer_name] Section, Creating the [print$] Share, [print$] Section Parameters, Simple smb.conf Settings for CUPS, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb
guest only, Reference Documentation Server

I

identity, Stand-Alone Samba Server
IDMAP, Features and Benefits, Identity Mapping (IDMAP), Stand-Alone Samba Server, IDMAP_RID with Winbind
idmap backend, Example Configuration, Mapping Common UIDs/GIDs on Distributed Machines, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, IdMap LDAP Support
idmap gid, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Mapping User Identifiers between MS Windows and UNIX, Features and Benefits, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, IDMAP_RID with Winbind, Interdomain Trust Relationships, Configure smb.conf, Winbind Is Not Resolving Users and Groups, Winbind Is Not Resolving Users and Groups, IdMap LDAP Support
idmap uid, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Mapping User Identifiers between MS Windows and UNIX, Features and Benefits, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, IDMAP_RID with Winbind, Interdomain Trust Relationships, Configure smb.conf, Winbind Is Not Resolving Users and Groups, Winbind Is Not Resolving Users and Groups, IdMap LDAP Support
idmap_rid, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, IDMAP_RID with Winbind
ifconfig, Starting from inetd.conf
imprints, Driver Upload Methods
include, Debug Levels
inetd, The Tests, Starting the smbd nmbd and winbindd, Starting from inetd.conf
initGroups.sh, Example: Engineering Office, Script to Configure Group Mapping, Steps in Migration Process
Interdomain Trusts, Interdomain Trust Relationships
Completing, Completing an NT4 Domain Trust
creating, Native MS Windows NT4 Trusts Configuration
Facilities, Inter-Domain Trust Facilities
interfaces, Multiple Interfaces, Problem Resolution, Using Interface Protection, The Tests, Starting from inetd.conf
interoperability, Identity Mapping (IDMAP)
invalid users, User and Group-Based Controls
IPP, Understanding cupsaddsmb
ISC
DHCP, Features and Benefits
DNS, Features and Benefits

L

large domain, IDMAP_RID with Winbind
LDAP, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, Interdomain Trust Relationships
ldap admin dn, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller Configuration, Sharing User ID Mappings between Samba Domain Members, Configuring Samba
ldap delete dn, Configuring Samba
ldap filter, Configuring Samba
ldap group suffix, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Configuring Samba
ldap idmap suffix, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller Configuration, Sharing User ID Mappings between Samba Domain Members, Configuring Samba, IdMap LDAP Support
ldap machine suffix, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Configuring Samba
ldap passwd sync, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Configuring Samba, Password Synchronization
ldap replication sleep, LDAP Configuration Notes
ldap ssl, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Configuring Samba, Security and sambaSamAccount
ldap suffix, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller Configuration, Configuring Samba
ldap user suffix, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Configuring Samba
level2 oplocks, Disabling Oplocks
libnss_wins.so, /etc/nsswitch.conf
Links
hard, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
soft, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
Linuxprinting.org, CUPS Print Drivers from Linuxprinting.org
lm announce, What Is Browsing?
lm interval, What Is Browsing?
LMB (see Local Master Browser)
LMHOSTS, The LMHOSTS File
load printers, Simple Print Configuration, Rapid Configuration Validation, Extended Printing Configuration, The [global] Section, Simple smb.conf Settings for CUPS, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb
local master, Domain Control Example Configuration, What Is Browsing?, Configuring WORKGROUP Browsing, DOMAIN Browsing Configuration
Local Master Browser, NetBIOS over TCP/IP, Use of the Remote Announce Parameter
locking, Discussion
locking.tdb, The Printing *.tdb Files
(see also TDB)
log file, Configuration of Auditing, Debug Levels, Debugging Specific Operations
log files
monitoring, Assumptions
log level, Adding Machine to Domain Fails, Problem Resolution, extd_audit, Debug Levels, Debugging Specific Operations
logon drive, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Domain Control Example Configuration, Windows NT4 Workstation, Changing the Default Profile
logon home, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Domain Control Example Configuration, LDAP Special Attributes for sambaSamAccounts, Configuring, Windows 9x/Me User Profiles, Mixed Windows 9x/Me and Windows NT4/200x User Profiles, Disabling Roaming Profile Support, Windows NT4 Workstation, Sharing Profiles between W9x/Me and NT4/200x/XP Workstations
logon path, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Domain Control Example Configuration, LDAP Special Attributes for sambaSamAccounts, NT4/200x User Profiles, Mixed Windows 9x/Me and Windows NT4/200x User Profiles, Disabling Roaming Profile Support, Windows 9x/Me Profile Setup, Windows NT4 Workstation, Sharing Profiles between W9x/Me and NT4/200x/XP Workstations, Changing the Default Profile
logon script, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Domain Control Example Configuration, LDAP Special Attributes for sambaSamAccounts
lpadmin, CUPS Print Drivers from Linuxprinting.org, Setting Up Quotas
lppause command, Linking smbd with libcups.so, From Windows Clients to a CUPS/Samba Print Server, Pre-Conditions
lpq cache time, Extended Printing Configuration, The [global] Section
lpq command, Linking smbd with libcups.so, Pre-Conditions
lpresume command, Linking smbd with libcups.so, Pre-Conditions
lprm command, Linking smbd with libcups.so, Pre-Conditions
lpstat, Troubleshooting Revisited
Lustre, The Distributed File System Challenge

N

name resolve order, What Is Browsing?, Name Resolution Order
nbtstat, The NetBIOS Name Cache
net
groupmap, Example: Engineering Office, Example Configuration, Steps in Migration Process
rpc, Example Configuration, Example Configuration, Features and Benefits, Steps in Migration Process
net ads join, ADS Domains
NetBIOS, Features and Benefits, Discussion, TCP/IP without NetBIOS, Integrating MS Windows Networks with Samba, Name Resolution as Used within MS Windows Networking
netbios name, Configuration file syntax, Anonymous Read-Only Document Server, Anonymous Read-Write Document Server, Anonymous Print Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Domain Control Example Configuration, Reference Documentation Server, Central Print Serving, Configuring Samba, Features and Benefits
NetBIOS-less, TCP/IP without NetBIOS
network client, Identity Mapping (IDMAP)
Nexus.exe, Features and Benefits, Managing Domain Machine Accounts using NT4 Server Manager, Remote Server Administration
NFS, The Distributed File System Challenge
nmbd, Starting Samba, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration
nmblookup, The NetBIOS Name Cache
node-type, NetBIOS over TCP/IP
NoMachine.Com, Remote Management from NoMachine.Com
NSS, IDMAP_RID with Winbind
nss_ldap, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, IDMAP and NSS Using LDAP From ADS with RFC2307bis Schema Extension
nt acl support, File and Directory Permissions-Based Controls, Viewing File Ownership, Viewing File or Directory Permissions, Modifying File or Directory Permissions, Windows 2000 Service Pack 2
NT4, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client
NT4 Domain, Stand-Alone Samba Server
NTConfig.POL, Windows 9x/ME Policies, Managing Account/User Policies, Samba Editreg Tool-set, MS Windows NT4 Workstation
ntdrivers.tdb, The Printing *.tdb Files
(see also TDB)
ntforms.tdb, The Printing *.tdb Files
(see also TDB)
NTFS, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
ntprinters.tdb, The Printing *.tdb Files
(see also TDB)
NTUser.DAT, Samba Editreg Tool-set

P

p-node, NetBIOS over TCP/IP
PADL, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, IDMAP Storage in LDAP using Winbind
page_log, The page_log File Syntax
passdb backend, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Domain Control Example Configuration, Example PDC Configuration, LDAP Configuration Notes, Example Configuration, MS Windows Workstation/Server Machine Trust Accounts, Reference Documentation Server, Central Print Serving, Technical Information, The pdbedit Command, Password Backends, Configuring Samba, Configuring, Users Cannot Logon, Users Being Added to the Wrong Backend Database, Remote CIFS Authentication Using winbindd.so, Quick Migration Guide, Passdb Backends and Authentication
password level, Password Checking, The Tests, Password Case Sensitivity, Slow Logins
password server, Example Configuration, Server Security (User Level Security), Example Configuration, Security Mode and Master Browsers, Joining an NT4-type Domain with Samba-3, Configure smb.conf, The Tests
patch, Patches
path, Configuration file syntax, Anonymous Read-Only Document Server, Anonymous Read-Write Document Server, Anonymous Print Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, Domain Control Example Configuration, Example Configuration, Reference Documentation Server, Central Print Serving, Features and Benefits, Simple Print Configuration, Extended Printing Configuration, The [printers] Section, Any [my_printer_name] Section, Print Commands, Creating the [print$] Share, [print$] Section Parameters, The [print$] Share Directory, Simple smb.conf Settings for CUPS, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Samba Receiving Job-files and Passing Them to CUPS, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb, Auto-Deletion or Preservation of CUPS Spool Files, Permissions on /var/spool/samba/ Get Reset After Each Reboot, Discussion, Shadow Copy Setup, Assumptions, The Tests, Windows 2000 Service Pack 2
PCL, GDI on Windows -- PostScript on UNIX, Windows Drivers, GDI and EMF, UNIX Printfile Conversion and GUI Basics, Driver Execution on the Server, Network PostScript RIP
pdbedit, Example: Engineering Office, New Backends, Account Management Tools, The pdbedit Command, XML, Passdb Backends and Authentication, Steps in Migration Process, Samba-3 Implementation Choices
PDC, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, Primary Domain Controller
PDF, Windows Drivers, GDI and EMF, PostScript Printer Description (PPD) Specification
pdf, MIME Type Conversion Rules
PDL, GDI on Windows -- PostScript on UNIX, PostScript and Ghostscript
permissions
file/directory ACLs, Managing UNIX Permissions Using NT Security Dialogs
share, Share Definition Access Controls
share ACLs, Access Controls on Shares
UNIX file and directory, Features and Benefits
PGP, Verifying Samba's PGP Signature
PJL, Network PostScript RIP, Windows CUPS PostScript Driver Versus Adobe Driver, Adobe and CUPS PostScript Drivers for Windows Clients
point 'n' print, Installation of Windows Client Drivers, Driver Upload Methods, The Role of cupsomatic/foomatic, Run cupsaddsmb (Quiet Mode), Installing the PostScript Driver on a Client, Manual Driver Installation in 15 Steps
PostScript, Advanced Intelligent Printing with PostScript Driver Download, GDI on Windows -- PostScript on UNIX, Windows Drivers, GDI and EMF, UNIX Printfile Conversion and GUI Basics, PostScript and Ghostscript, Prefilters, Driver Execution on the Server, Network PostScript RIP, CUPS: A “Magical Stone”?, CUPS “PostScript Driver for Windows NT/200x/XP”
(see also Ghostscript)
RIP, PostScript and Ghostscript
PPD, PostScript and Ghostscript, PostScript Printer Description (PPD) Specification, PostScript Printer Descriptions (PPDs) for Non-PS Printers, PPDs for Non-PS Printers on UNIX, PPDs for Non-PS Printers on Windows, CUPS: A “Magical Stone”?, Installing the PostScript Driver on a Client
CUPS (see CUPS-PPD)
preferred master, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Domain Control Example Configuration, What Is Browsing?, Configuring WORKGROUP Browsing, DOMAIN Browsing Configuration, Forcing Samba to Be the Master, Making Samba the Domain Master, The Tests
preserve case, Windows 9x/Me Profile Setup
print command, The [global] Section, Default UNIX System Printing Commands, Custom Print Commands, Linking smbd with libcups.so, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, From Windows Clients to a CUPS/Samba Print Server, Pre-Conditions, Manual Configuration
printable, Anonymous Print Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, Central Print Serving, Simple Print Configuration, Extended Printing Configuration, The [printers] Section, Any [my_printer_name] Section, Simple smb.conf Settings for CUPS, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb
printcap, Default UNIX System Printing Commands, Basic CUPS Support Configuration, Linking smbd with libcups.so, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Raw Print Serving Vendor Drivers on Windows Clients, From Windows Clients to a CUPS/Samba Print Server, Pre-Conditions
printcap name, Anonymous Print Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Central Print Serving, Extended Printing Configuration, The [global] Section, Simple smb.conf Settings for CUPS, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb
printer admin, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, Central Print Serving, Description of Privileges, Extended Printing Configuration, The [global] Section, Any [my_printer_name] Section, Creating the [print$] Share, [print$] Section Parameters, Add Printer Wizard Driver Installation, First Client Driver Installation, Setting Device Modes on New Printers, Always Make First Client Connection as root or “printer admin”, Setting Default Print Options for Client Drivers, Adding New Printers with the Windows NT APW, Simple smb.conf Settings for CUPS, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb, Requirements for adddriver and setdriver to Succeed, Print Options for All Users Can't Be Set on Windows 200x/XP
printing, Anonymous Print Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Central Print Serving, Simple Print Configuration, Rapid Configuration Validation, Extended Printing Configuration, The [global] Section, Default UNIX System Printing Commands, Custom Print Commands, Basic CUPS Support Configuration, Linking smbd with libcups.so, Simple smb.conf Settings for CUPS, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Raw Print Serving Vendor Drivers on Windows Clients, From Windows Clients to a CUPS/Samba Print Server, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb, Pre-Conditions, Manual Configuration
printing.tdb, The Printing *.tdb Files
(see also TDB)
PrintPro (see ESP Print Pro)
profile acls, Example: Engineering Office
public, Simple Print Configuration, Extended Printing Configuration, The [printers] Section, Simple smb.conf Settings for CUPS, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb

Q

queue resume command, Linking smbd with libcups.so
queuepause command, Linking smbd with libcups.so

R

raw printing, Anonymous Print Server, Central Print Serving, Explicitly Enable “raw” Printing for application/octet-stream
read list, User and Group-Based Controls
read only, Example Configuration, Anonymous Read-Only Document Server, Anonymous Read-Write Document Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, Domain Control Example Configuration, Miscellaneous Controls, Extended Printing Configuration, The [printers] Section, Creating the [print$] Share, [print$] Section Parameters, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb, Assumptions, Windows 2000 Service Pack 2
server, Anonymous Read-Only Document Server
read raw, Read Raw
read size, Read Size
realm, Example Configuration, Configure smb.conf, IDMAP_RID with Winbind, IDMAP Storage in LDAP using Winbind
Relative Identifier (see RID)
remote announce, NetBIOS over TCP/IP, How Browsing Functions, Use of the Remote Announce Parameter, Browsing Support in Samba
remote browse sync, NetBIOS over TCP/IP, How Browsing Functions, Use of the Remote Browse Sync Parameter
replication, Features and Benefits
browse lists, Cross-Subnet Browsing
SAM, Domain Controller Types, Features and Benefits, MS Windows NT4-style Domain Control, Backup Domain Controller Configuration, Can Samba Be a Backup Domain Controller to an NT4 PDC?, How Do I Replicate the smbpasswd File?
WINS, NetBIOS over TCP/IP, WINS Server Configuration, WINS Replication
response, IDMAP_RID with Winbind
rfc2307bis, IDMAP and NSS Using LDAP From ADS with RFC2307bis Schema Extension
RID, Default Users, Groups and Relative Identifiers, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, Primary Domain Controller, IDMAP_RID with Winbind
RID base, Primary Domain Controller
roaming profiles, Disabling Roaming Profile Support
root preexec, Logon Scripts
rpcclient
adddriver, Run cupsaddsmb with Verbose Output, Understanding cupsaddsmb, Installing PostScript Driver Files Manually Using rpcclient, Understanding the rpcclient man Page, Requirements for adddriver and setdriver to Succeed, Manual Driver Installation in 15 Steps
enumdrivers, Installing PostScript Driver Files Manually Using rpcclient, Manual Driver Installation in 15 Steps
enumports, Installing PostScript Driver Files Manually Using rpcclient
enumprinters, Installing PostScript Driver Files Manually Using rpcclient, Requirements for adddriver and setdriver to Succeed, Manual Driver Installation in 15 Steps, Troubleshooting Revisited
getdriver, Producing an Example by Querying a Windows Box, Manual Driver Installation in 15 Steps
getprinter, Producing an Example by Querying a Windows Box, Manual Driver Installation in 15 Steps, Troubleshooting Revisited
setdriver, Caveats to be Considered, Run cupsaddsmb with Verbose Output, Understanding cupsaddsmb, Installing PostScript Driver Files Manually Using rpcclient, Requirements for adddriver and setdriver to Succeed, Manual Driver Installation in 15 Steps
rsync, Accessing the Samba Sources via rsync and ftp
rundll32, Adding Printers without User Intervention

S

SAM, Features and Benefits, Domain Controller Types, Features and Benefits, Result Caching
SAM backend
LDAP, Features and Benefits
ldapsam, Features and Benefits, New Backends, Mapping Common UIDs/GIDs on Distributed Machines, ldapsam
ldapsam_compat, Features and Benefits
mysqlsam, New Backends, MySQL
non-LDAP, Features and Benefits
smbpasswd, Features and Benefits, smbpasswd Encrypted Password Database
tdbsam, Features and Benefits, New Backends, tdbsam
xmlsam, New Backends, XML
samba-ldap-init.ldif, The Primary Domain Controller
samba-to-samba trusts, Interdomain Trust Relationships
schannel, Cannot Log onto Domain Member Workstation After Joining Domain
schema, IDMAP and NSS Using LDAP From ADS with RFC2307bis Schema Extension
SCSI, High Availability Server Products
secrets.tdb, The Printing *.tdb Files
(see also TDB)
security, Anonymous Read-Only Document Server, Anonymous Read-Write Document Server, Anonymous Print Server, Example Configuration, Samba Security Modes, Example Configuration, Example Configuration, Domain Security Mode (User Level Security), Example Configuration, Example Configuration, Server Security (User Level Security), Example Configuration, What Makes Samba a Server?, What Makes Samba a Domain Controller?, What Makes Samba a Domain Member?, Constantly Losing Connections to Password Server, Preparing for Domain Control, Domain Control Example Configuration, Security Mode and Master Browsers, Joining an NT4-type Domain with Samba-3, Why Is This Better Than security = server?, Configure smb.conf, Reference Documentation Server, Central Print Serving, Configuring Samba, Run cupsaddsmb (Quiet Mode), “cupsaddsmb” Keeps Asking for Root Password in Never-ending Loop, Changing the Default Profile, Passdb Backends and Authentication, The Tests, Configuring Windows for Workgroups Password Handling
security mask, File and Directory Permissions-Based Controls, Interaction with the Standard Samba “create mask” Parameters
Security Mode, Samba Security Modes
Server Manager, MS Windows Workstation/Server Machine Trust Accounts, Manual Creation of Machine Trust Accounts, Remote Server Administration
Server Type, Server Types
Domain Controller, Domain Controller
Domain Member, Domain Member Server, Example Configuration, Example Configuration, Features and Benefits
Stand-alone, Stand-alone Server
Server Types, Samba Server Deployment Types and IDMAP
sessionid.tdb, The Printing *.tdb Files
(see also TDB)
set primary group script, The Primary Domain Controller
SFU, IDMAP, Active Directory and MS Services for UNIX 3.5
SFU 3.5, Primary Domain Controller
share_info.tdb, The Printing *.tdb Files
(see also TDB)
short preserve case, Miscellaneous Controls, Windows 9x/Me Profile Setup
Short-Cuts, MS Windows NTFS Comparison with UNIX File Systems
show add printer wizard, Anonymous Print Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Extended Printing Configuration, The [global] Section, Adding New Printers with the Windows NT APW
SID, Features and Benefits, The System Cannot Log You On (C000019B), Backup Domain Controller Configuration, Technical Information, Features and Benefits, Identity Mapping (IDMAP), Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, Primary Domain Controller, IDMAP_RID with Winbind, Side Bar Notes, Get SID, Profile Migration/Creation
signing, Cannot Log onto Domain Member Workstation After Joining Domain
simple configuration, Example Configuration
Single Sign On, Caveats to be Considered
slow browsing, Browsing of Shares and Directories is Very Slow
SMB-based messaging, Discussion
smbclient, Testing with smbclient, The Tests
smbd, Starting Samba, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration
smbgrpadd.sh, Sample smb.conf Add Group Script
socket options, Socket Options
spooling
central, Central Spooling vs. “Peer-to-Peer” Printing
peer-to-peer, Central Spooling vs. “Peer-to-Peer” Printing
spooling-only, Raw Print Serving Vendor Drivers on Windows Clients
SRVTOOLS.EXE, Managing Domain Machine Accounts using NT4 Server Manager, Remote Server Administration
stand-alone server, Stand-Alone Samba Server
starting samba
nmbd, Starting Samba, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration
smbd, Starting Samba, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration
winbindd, Starting Samba, Example Configuration, Features and Benefits
strict locking, Discussion
Subversion, Introduction
SVN
web, Access via SVNweb
swat, SWAT
enable, Enabling SWAT for Use
security, Securing SWAT through SSL
System Policy Editor, Creating and Managing System Policies, Administration of Windows 200x/XP Policies

W

WebClient, Browsing of Shares and Directories is Very Slow
winbind, Domain Member Server or Domain Member Client, NT4 Style Domains (includes Samba Domains), Interdomain Trust Relationships
winbind enum groups, Configure smb.conf
winbind enum users, Configure smb.conf
winbind separator, Configure smb.conf, Starting and Testing the winbindd Daemon
winbind use default domain, Example Configuration
winbindd, Starting Samba, Example Configuration, Example Configuration, Identity Mapping (IDMAP), Features and Benefits
Windows, Identity Mapping (IDMAP)
windows registry settings
default profile locations, MS Windows NT4 Workstation, MS Windows 200x/XP
profile path, Windows 9x/Me Profile Setup
roaming profiles, Disabling Roaming Profile Support
Windows Security Identifiers (see SID)
WINS, What Is Browsing?, NetBIOS over TCP/IP, WINS Lookup, Example Configuration
wins hook, What Is Browsing?
wins proxy, What Is Browsing?
wins server, Reference Documentation Server, What Is Browsing?, WINS The Windows Inter-networking Name Server, WINS Server Configuration, WINS Lookup
wins support, What Is Browsing?, WINS The Windows Inter-networking Name Server, WINS Server Configuration, WINS Lookup
workgroup, Configuration file syntax, Example Configuration, Anonymous Read-Only Document Server, Anonymous Read-Write Document Server, Anonymous Print Server, Secure Read-Write File and Print Server, Example Configuration, Example: Engineering Office, The Primary Domain Controller, Backup Domain Controller, Example Configuration, Domain Control Example Configuration, Security Mode and Master Browsers, Example PDC Configuration, Example Configuration, Joining an NT4-type Domain with Samba-3, Reference Documentation Server, Central Print Serving, Browsing Support in Samba, Configuring Samba
writable, Simple Print Configuration, Extended Printing Configuration, The [printers] Section, Any [my_printer_name] Section, Simple smb.conf Settings for CUPS, More Complex CUPS smb.conf Settings, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb
write list, Example: Engineering Office, Domain Control Example Configuration, User and Group-Based Controls, Creating the [print$] Share, [print$] Section Parameters, Prepare Your smb.conf for cupsaddsmb
write raw, Write Raw
writeable, Discussion, Shadow Copy Setup
WYSIWYG, Windows Drivers, GDI and EMF