In this chapter, we looked at how to share filesystems with Windows clients without the need to disable SELinux. I do hope that you appreciate its importance and see the ease of leaving SELinux in place once we are aware of its basics.
Although we did not implement the firewall in this chapter, we did again review the
firewalld settings to make this happen. Firewalling with
firewalld is covered in Chapter 11, Network Security with firewalld.
In the next chapter, we will look at how to integrate RHEL 7 into a Windows Active Directory domain.