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LinuxCBT - Windows Integration with Samba Video Training

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31.12.2011
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LinuxCBT Windows® Integration with Samba
Size 0.99 GB


Category Linux

Duration: 13 Hours

Course Objective
Introduction to Samba & Clients
Explore Samba server configuration
Identify key Samba packages & contents
Explore the SMB workgroup implementation
Discuss the roles of Local Master Browsers (LMBs) & Domain Master Browsers (DMBs)
Use findsmb & smbclient to reveal the active browse lists
Discuss NETBIOS naming rules
Identify system broadcast address & discuss broadcast-based NETBIOS name resolution
Identify & discuss the roles of the key Samba daemons
Use smbtree to enumerate the active workgroups, hosts & file & print shares
Install rdesktop client for remote desktop connectivity to Windows 2003 Server
Explore browse list & SMB clients from Windows 2003
Share file resource on Windows 2003 Server for use by Samba clients
Join common workgroup from Windows 2003 host
Use smbclient to enumerate & connect to shared resources on XP/2003 hosts
Explore anonymous and authenticated share enumeration using smbclient
Transfer files between Samba and Windows 2003 hosts using smbclient
Use smbget to download files non-interactively from remote SMB server
Use smbclient with credentials stored in a hidden file
Create tarball archive using tar & discuss Samba’s smbtar utility
Create tar-compatible archives of remote SMB-share using smbtar

Samba File System (SMBFS) Integration
Discuss the features & benefits of SMBFS
Identify package & files
Create temporary mount point for remote SMB share
Mount remote SMB share into local Linux file system using SMBFS
Examine resultant Linux file-system permissions post SMBFS mount
Transfer files to mount point (Remote Windows 2003 system) & examine results
Identify SMBFS process footprint
Mount remote SMB share with previously-defined hidden credentials file
Modify system startup file to facillitate automatic SMBFS mounts upon system restart

Workgroup & Windows Internet Naming System (WINS) Integration
Identify key Samba configuration file & package membership
Use findsmb to reveal available workgroups
Alter Samba configuration file to join available workgroup
Identify key TCP/UDP ports used by key Samba daemons
Use findsmb & browse list to confirm workgroup membership
Enumerate default Samba shares on primary Linux system using smbclient
Introduction to smbpasswd utility and database
Use smbpasswd to add Windows user to database & confirm authentication from Windows host
Install WINS Server on Windows 2003 Server for use by SMB-clients
Explain default Samba NETBIOS name resolution order
Identify name resolution order directive in primary Samba configuration file
Configure Samba server to be a WINS client via Samba configuration file
Confirm WINS NETBIOS registrations of Samba & Windows hosts

Samba Share-Level File & Print Security Implementation
Discuss Samba’s security modes
Discuss the features & benefits of share-level security
Alter primary Samba configuration file to support share-level security
Define and publish a public read-only share
Reload key Samba daemons & confirm connectivity to read-only share
Enumerate & connect to public read-only share from a remote Samba client
Define & publish an anonymous read-write share
Use chmod & chown to define appropriate permissions and ownership on the directory
Confirm the ability to write to read-write share from remote Windows 2003 system
Examine applied permissions & ownership of created objects on the Linux file system
Define & publish a private read-write share
Confirm authentication to private read-write share from remote Windows 2003 host
Update Samba back-end database to reflect new user – test connectivity
Compare & contrast Windows & Samba hidden share definition
Define hidden share & explore browse list from Samba & Windows hosts
Convert existing shares to hidden shares and examine updated browse list
Discuss default Samba print sharing implementation
Explore Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS) interface
Install and configure a printer
Discuss various CUPS back-end capabilities
Discuss the CUPS-generated printcap file
Explore key Samba print-related configuration directives
Share the printer using Samba
Connect to printer from Windows host and test printing

Samba Web Administration Tool (SWAT)
Discuss the features & benefits of Samba SWAT
Explore XINETD system configuration for the presence of Samba SWAT
Install Samba SWAT from the local package repository
Update XINETD configuration to enable Samba SWAT & confirm TCP listener
Authenticate to Samba SWAT as non-privileged and privileged users
Examine current smbd & nmbd connections
Explore & discuss the key tools included with Samba
Correlate Samba’s primary configuration file to Samba SWAT’s web interface
Discuss the key directives in the global section of the Samba SWAT web interface
Discuss additional directives in the advanced view of the Samba SWAT global area
Adjust the OS Level and examine the changes to the role in the browse list
Discuss Samba WINS server rules & limitations
Explore shares configuration
Correlate shares section of main config file to Samba SWAT’s shares interface
Discuss the effects of various share directives
Discuss the variable homes share and its applications
Explain Samba’s create mask directive & examine its application
Examine the advanced Samba SWAT shares view & discuss key directives
Define valid & invalid users per share & test connectivity from remote Windows host
Force ownership of file & directory objects using the force user directive
Explore & discuss advanced printer share directives
Define multiple NETBIOS names and view results in the browse list

Samba User-Level Security Mode
Explain the advantages and features of user-level security
Discuss the user-accounts back-ends supported by Samba
Convert Samba from share-level to user-level security mode
Test user-level connectivity to Samba shares/services
Discuss IPC$ connections and applications
Explore passwd & shadow user-accounts databases
Explore the smbpasswd database

Samba – Active Directory (AD) – BIND Integration
Discuss the DNS requirements of Active Directory
Install BIND from RPM repository
Configure BIND as a caching-only name server
Define usable BIND named.conf configuration file with appropriate zones

Define required Active Directory dynamically updateable zones
Install Active Directory on Windows server
Confirm BIND DNS connectivity
Configure Kerberos to support Active Directory Realm & test connectivity
Convert Samba from basic user-level to ADS security mode
Use the net command to create Samba machine account in the Active Directory
Confirm authentication against Active Directory when accessing resources
Create AD -> Linux corresponding users for transparent access

Samba – Winbindd
Discuss the features & advantages of Winbind
Discuss the accounts resolutions process
Alter the name server switch process to facilitate winbind
Discuss UNIX/Linux uids & gids
Explain the application of idmaps – uids & gids
Configure Samba to use Winbind
Enumerate remote Active Directory users using wbinfo & getent
Examine auto-assigned uids & gids via idmap
Connect to Samba server using Active Directory users & Winbind
Configure SSHD to support Winbind-provided users from Active Directory
Configure Winbind to use the default Active Directory domain for authentication
Configure VSFTPD to use the default Active Directory domain for authentication

Samba – Linux File System & Share/Service Permissions
Explain how Samba interacts with file-system permissions
Explain UNIX/Linux file-system permissions – UGO
Use chown/chmod to adjust file-system permissions
Discuss the applicable Samba share/service permissions directives
Apply various share/service permissions & test results

Samba – Miscellaneous
Create share/service with appropriate permissions for collaborations
Examine collaborative permission from Windows client
Configure Samba as a WINS server & discuss capabilities
Configure Samba a print server for SMB(Windows/Linux/UNIX) clients
Explore Samba logging
Mount remote CIFS shares into the Linux file system
Share mounted CIFS directories using Samba

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