Vskills certification for Linux and Windows Integration Professional assesses the candidate as per the company’s need for system integration or system management. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in Linux deployment strategies, Samba configuration, file and printer sharing, CUPS, Using NetBIOS Network, Using LDAP, Using NT Domains, Kerberos configuration, running remote GUI programs, Linux thin client configurations, configuring mail servers and network backups.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
- Where Linux Fits in a Network
- Linux as a Server
- Linux on the Desktop
- Comparing Linux and Windows Features
Linux Deployment Strategies
- Linux Server Options
- Linux Desktop Migration
- Linux and Thin Clients
Basic Samba Configuration
- Installing Samba
- The Samba Configuration File Format
- Identifying the Server
- Setting Master Browser Options
- Setting Password Options
File and Printer Shares
- Common File Share Options
- Printing with CUPS
- Creating a Printer Share
- Delivering Printer Drivers to Windows Clients
- Example Shares
Managing a NetBIOS Network with Samba
- Enabling Domain Controller Functions
- Enabling NBNS Functions
- Assuming Master Browser Duties
Linux as an SMB/CIFS Client
- Using NetBIOS Name Resolution
- Accessing File Shares
- Printing to Printer Shares
- Configuring GUI Workgroup Browsers
Using NT Domains for Linux Authentication
- The Principles Behind Winbind
- Samba Winbind Configuration
- PAM and NSS Winbind Options
- Winbind in Action
- The Principles Behind LDAP
- Configuring an OpenLDAP Server
- Creating a User Directory
- Configuring Linux to Use LDAP for Login Authentication
- Configuring Windows to Use LDAP for Login Authentication
Kerberos Configuration and Use
- Kerberos Fundamentals
- Linux Kerberos Server Configuration
- Kerberos Application Server Configuration
- Linux Kerberos Client Configuration
- Windows Kerberos Tools
Remote Text-Mode Administration and Use
- What Can Text-Mode Logins Do?
- SSH Server Configuration
- Telnet Server Configuration
- Windows Remote-Login Tools
Running GUI Programs Remotely
- What Can GUI Logins Do?
- Using Remote X Access
- Encrypting X by SSH Tunneling
- VNC Configuration and Use
- Running Windows Programs from Linux
Linux Thin Client Configurations
- The Role of Thin Client Computing
- Hardware Requirements
- Linux as a Server for Thin Clients
- Linux as a Thin Client
Configuring Mail Servers
- Linux Mail Server Options
- Configuring Sendmail
- Configuring Postfix
- Configuring POP and IMAP Servers
- Scanning for Spam, Worms, and Viruses
- Supplementing a Microsoft Exchange Server
- Using Fetchmail
- Backup Strategies
- Backing Up the Linux System
- Backing Up with Samba
- Backing Up with AMANDA
Managing a Network with Linux
- Delivering IP Addresses with DHCP
- Delivering Names with DNS
- Keeping Clocks Synchronized with NTP