Windows NT4 Migration to Samba-3 Seminar
- 28 April, 2004 14:01
<p><b>AUUG announces Windows NT4 Migration to Samba-3 Seminar to be held
in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra.</b></p>
<p>SYDNEY, Australia -- 28 April, 2004 -- AUUG, the organisation for UNIX
and Open Source professionals, today announced a series of one-day seminars
in May, on migrating file sharing services from Windows NT4 to Samba-3.
The seminars will be presented by Open Source guru John H. Terpstra.
Seminar Features & Benefits
Latest Window 200X support</li>
Security for schannel & sign-n-seal</li>
Eliminate MS licensing</li>
Configure Samba as a native Active Directory domain member (server)</li>
Freedom from single supplier lock-in</li>
Sydney, Wednesday 5 May 2004</li>
Melbourne, Wednesday 12 May 2004</li>
Canberra, Tuesday 25 May 2004</li>
Samba is a key integration component with an important role to play as
Open Source, Open Standards and Interoperability grow in importance to
both Government and industry. John H. Terpstra is a member of the Samba
team and author of the best selling "The Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference
Guide" as well as the newly released "Samba-3 By Example". Seminar attendees
will receive a free copy of "Samba-3 By Example - Practical Exercises to
Successful Deployment" which will be used during the seminar.
John H. Terpstra will also be delivering a short presentation to Chapter
meetings in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra the evening before each seminar.
This is free to Chapter meeting attendees. For details visit the chapter
web pages <a href="http://www.auug.org.au/info/chapters.html">http://www.auug.org.au/info/chapters.html</a>
Full seminar details can be viewed online at <a href="http://www.auug.org.au/events/2004/samba-3/">http://www.auug.org.au/events/2004/samba-3/</a>
Those wishing to attend need to register using the form available at
Both AUUG members and non-members can attend with discounts for AUUG
members, members of affiliated organizations and students. Registration
for the seminar is $500 for AUUG members, $575 for associate members, $650
for non-members and $100 for full time students.
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for UNIX and Open Source professionals. Dating from 1975, AUUG is a national
body with chapters that organise local activities in most capital cities.
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