Chapter 27. Interoperability

Enterprise computing inevitably means interacting with other environments and operating systems. That can mean interoperating with, and integrating with, existing UNIX and Linux networks; connecting to and working with Novell networks; or supporting Macintosh clients that need full access to the resources of the Microsoft Windows network.

In this chapter, we’ll focus on UNIX and Linux interoperability. Windows Server 2003 R2 greatly enhanced the interoperability of Windows Server with UNIX and Linux, and Windows Server 2008 extends that even further. Beginning with Windows Server 2003 R2, the Subsystem ...

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