I have to setup a network with about 150 clients (Win9x mostly), using
mail/agenda, printing, Internet, filesharing and so on. I ABSOLUTELY
refuse to use WinNT as a file/print/mail/proxy/whatever- server so that
leaves me NetWare and Linux for as far as my knowledge goes.
Does anybody know any good books about using Linux in an intranetworking
environment? Or can anyone give me some hints?
These are the things I must do:
- Client must be able to 'login' and get a login-script to perform
actions like starting programs local/updating the virusscanner et all
- Broadcast-messages must show at the client (as NetWare uses 'send'
or 'broadcast' and Windoze uses 'Winpopup')
- Clients must be able to print on multiple printers ranging from
Matrix- to laserprinters
- Clients must be able to save data on the server and share it with
- Clients must be able to surf the Net
- Clients must be able to use a system-wide mail/agenda application
(like Novell has GroupWise and M$ has Exch....Exch....Ex... (Well,
y'all know what I mean))
This should be a nice project; I hope you all find the time to supply me
with hints and other stuff.
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