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* Setting up fileserver using Samba, identity mapping
 
* Setting up fileserver using Samba, identity mapping
 
* Setting up Samba as domain controller and/or joining Samba to AD domain
 
* Setting up Samba as domain controller and/or joining Samba to AD domain
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* Using samba-tool to manage user accounts and DNS records on domain controller
 
* Interacting with domain controller using LDAP
 
* Interacting with domain controller using LDAP
 
* Configuring Postfix and Dovecot servers for sending e-mail via SMTP and receiving e-mail over IMAP
 
* Configuring Postfix and Dovecot servers for sending e-mail via SMTP and receiving e-mail over IMAP
 
* Creating service accounts and authenticating network services (gogs, wiki, etc) with LDAP
 
* Creating service accounts and authenticating network services (gogs, wiki, etc) with LDAP

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Linux/Windows administration

General information

In this course we will take a look at how Linux and Windows machines are administered.

Assume that from previous courses there is familiarity with: basic virtualization, networks, partitions, filesystems, BIND9.

Windows:

  • IP Configuration
  • Installing Windows server
  • Disk Configuration
  • Hyper-V Configuration
  • DNS Configuration
  • Active Directory
  • Setting up GPO-s
  • Remotely configuring workstations
  • Virtual Private Network
  • Printer Configuration
  • Server Back-up
  • Exchange Server

Linux:

  • Configuration management using Puppet
  • Setting up fileserver using Samba, identity mapping
  • Setting up Samba as domain controller and/or joining Samba to AD domain
  • Using samba-tool to manage user accounts and DNS records on domain controller
  • Interacting with domain controller using LDAP
  • Configuring Postfix and Dovecot servers for sending e-mail via SMTP and receiving e-mail over IMAP
  • Creating service accounts and authenticating network services (gogs, wiki, etc) with LDAP

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