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Essential Mac OS X Panther Server Administration by Ryan Faas, Michael Bartosh

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Part IV. File Services

Mac OS X Server seeks to be a universal file service platform, and is capable of serving a single file system out over AFP (Apple Filing Protocol), SMB (Server Message Block, or Samba), NFS (Network File System), and FTP (File Transfer Protocol). This part of the book devotes a chapter to each of these services after first touching on Share Point, Automount, and Home Directory management in Chapter 14, File Services Overview. This part of the book wraps up with an overview of Mac OS X Server’s Print Services.

Chapters in this part include:

Chapter 14, File Services Overview
Chapter 15, Apple Filing Protocol
Chapter 16, Windows File Services
Chapter 17, FTP
Chapter 18, Network File System
Chapter 19, Print Services

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