Microsoft makes it a fairly easy task to incorporate Unix and Linux computers into your network. Table 20.2 shows the basic strategies you can use.
|Service||Hosted By||Used By||Technique|
|Print & File||Unix||Windows||Use Samba on Unix to share files to Windows using native Windows SMB|
|Or, install the NFS Client from the Services for Unix (SFU) package on Windows XP to access NFS shares|
|Windows||Unix||Use SMB client on Unix|
|Or, install NFS Server on Windows 200x Server to share file via NFS|
Services for Unix (SFU) provides a host of other Unix compatibility tools in addition to providing file and print services. I'll talk more about SFU later in this section.