Can't Windows and Linux just get along?

Sturdevant, Cameron
August 2006
eWeek;8/28/2006, Vol. 23 Issue 34, p47
The article features the Likewise Management Suite from Centeris. The Likewise Management Suite allows Windows network administrators to configure and monitor Linux systems including the Active Directory of Microsoft. Version 2.0 of the suite has tools for managing firewalls and secure shell console connections, as well as system status information and interface for managing users and groups. Information technology administrators who are integrating Linux-based servers into an existing Windows network will find the Likewise Version 2.0 beneficial. In addition, Version 2.0 is suitable for server message blocks that use Windows systems but bring Linux systems on board.


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