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Re: Howto setup of a directory server



On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 7:01 PM, Michael
Fleming<mfleming thatfleminggent com> wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Jun 2009 16:18:38 +0530
> Arun Shrimali <arun reso gmail com> wrote:
>
>> Dear All,  I am planning to setup a server with following features :
>>
>> 1. Authenticate  Unix and Windows users from an LDAP server (Fedora
>> Directory Server)
>
> Install the fedora-ds* packages
>
>> 2. Map dedicated network drive for all the users under their username
>> using SAMBA.
>> 3. Enable roaming profile
>
> This job is one for Samba (samba, samba-common)
>
>> 4. Control hardware of client m/cs
>
> No idea what you mean here.
>
>> 5. Authenticate LDAP for Squid proxy server also.
>
> It's been a while since I used Squid but it should have an LDAP
> authentication helper
>
>> 6. Local mail server which fetch mails from main server (external) for
>> defined users and make available on LAN.
>
> Fetchmail and Sendmail (or Postfix) are well suited to this task
>
>> Can anybody suggest me which combination packages is best for the
>> required setup and the best howto to setup the same.
>
> I've suggested the appropriate packages, the setup is entirely
> dependent on your local environment. The SAMBA, Squid and Fedora
> Directory Server documentation should see you most of the way there
>
>>
>> regards
>>
>> regards
>>
>
> Michael
>
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Dear Michael,

Thanks for your reply,
for the point no. 4, How can I restrict users to use usb drives
(prevent virus spreading and data loss), etc.

regards

Arun


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