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3
4 <book id="Samba-HOWTO"
5         xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2003/XInclude">
6 <title>The Official Samba-4 HOWTO</title>
7
8 <bookinfo>
9         <authorgroup>
10         <editor>&person.jelmer;</editor>
11         </authorgroup>
12         <pubdate><?latex \today ?></pubdate>
13
14 </bookinfo>
15
16 <?latex \setcounter{page}{5} ?>
17
18 <preface>
19         <title>Attribution</title>
20         <para>
21                 <xi:include href="../Samba4-HOWTO-attributions.xml"/>
22         </para>
23 </preface>
24
25 <?latex \cleardoublepage ?>
26
27 <!-- Contents -->
28 <toc/>
29 <?latex \cleardoublepage ?>
30
31 <part>
32         <title>Introduction to SMB networks</title>
33
34         <para>Not everybody is already familiar with SMB networks and the jargon 
35                 used in such networks. This part describes the evolution of SMB, 
36                 how the protocol is structured and what Samba can be used for. </para>
37
38         <para>NT admins, already familiar with SMB networks, are probably only 
39                 interested in the chapter about Samba itself.</para>
40
41         <xi:include href="protocol.xml"/>
42         <xi:include href="samba.xml"/>
43
44 </part>
45
46 <part>
47         <title>Samba 4 Basics</title>
48
49         <para>FIXME</para>
50
51         <xi:include href="config.xml"/>
52         <xi:include href="ldb.xml"/>
53 </part>
54
55 <part>
56         <title>Network model</title>
57
58         <para>
59                 A SMB server is used in a certain network type 
60                 (workgroup, domain, active directory) with a specific 
61                 role (stand-alone, primary domain controller, backup domain controller, etc) in that network. Samba has to be configured according to that role. 
62                 Each of the chapters in this part describes how to configure Samba 
63                 for a specific role.
64         </para>
65
66 </part>
67
68 <part>
69         <title>Network Model: Share-based security</title>
70                 
71         <xi:include href="security=share.xml"/>
72 </part>
73
74 <part>
75         <title>Network Model: User-based security</title>
76         <xi:include href="security=user.xml"/>
77 </part>
78
79 <part id="domain">
80         <title>Network Model: NT4-style domains</title>
81
82         <xi:include href="domain-pdc.xml"/>
83         <xi:include href="domain-bdc.xml"/>
84         <xi:include href="domain-member.xml"/>
85 </part>
86
87 <part id="ad">
88         <title>Network Model - Active Directory</title>
89
90         <xi:include href="ad-dc.xml"/>
91         <xi:include href="ad-member.xml"/>
92 </part>
93
94 <part>
95         <title>Common services</title>
96
97         <para>
98                 Independent of the role the server has, it can provide services. 
99                 Examples of services are printing, user management, authentication, etc.
100         </para>
101
102         <xi:include href="shares.xml"/>
103         <xi:include href="printing.xml"/>
104         <xi:include href="auth.xml"/>
105         <xi:include href="registry.xml"/>
106 </part>
107
108 <part>
109         <title>Clients</title>
110
111         <para>Samba includes a number of different clients for accessing 
112         SMB file, print and other services. Pretty much every service can 
113         be access using a command-line utility, though there are several 
114         GUI clients available as well.</para>
115
116         <xi:include href="smbclient.xml"/>
117         <xi:include href="cifsfs.xml"/>
118         <xi:include href="gui-clients.xml"/>
119 </part>
120
121 <part>
122         <title>Appendices</title>
123
124         <xi:include href="compiling.xml"/>
125
126 </part>
127
128 <lot/>
129
130 <?latex \include{gpl}?>
131
132 <!--<xi:include href="../Samba-HOWTO-Collection/glossary.xml"/>-->
133
134 <?latex \chaptermark{Subject index} ?>
135 <index/>
136
137 </book>