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padc command
PADL software
PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules)
PAM configuration
pam password change
PAM stack, authenticating users against
pam_winbind options
pam_winbind.so
par command
passdb backends 2nd
passwd chat
passwords and authentication
     authorization lists
     authorization parameters
     clear-text passwords
     controlling authorization for file shares
     group mapping
     myth of Windows and encrypted password support
     name prefixed by the plus sign
     NTLM
     NTLMv2
     password server parameter
     password synchronization options
     password synchronizing
     passwords, encrypted
     Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)
     user management
     user privilege management
PATH environment variable
path option (smb.conf file)
pdbedit 2nd
     command
     program
PDF printer, creating
peer-to-peer networking
Performance Monitor
permissions 2nd
     options
     token
pkginfo
point and print (p-n-p)
     disabling
     print drivers, installing
     testing
     Windows Add Printer Wizard (APW)
     Windows NT-only (version 2) drivers
point-to-point communication
popt( ) C-library function
ports used by Samba for SMB networking
Position Independent Executables (PIE)
POSIX ACL
postexec
preexec
preferred master
     browsing configuration options 2nd
     parameter (smb.conf file)
prefix option
prefix=directory option
preserve case
Primary Domain Controller (PDC)
principal (Kerberos)
Print Spooler
PRINT$ share
printcap.local file
printer sharing
printing
     [printers]
     BSD print system, adding
     commands
     CUPS (Common Unix Printing System)
     default printing commands used to communicate with the operating system
     DeviceMode, initializing
     extreme print management
     Ghostscript ps2pdf command
     lpq command and lprm command strings
     Mac OS X environment
     parameters
     path parameter
     PDF printer, creating
     point and print (p-n-p)
     print shares
         variables
     printcap name values
     queue lists and tdb files
     security and
     SMB printer sharing in OS
     smbd daemon
     spooling versus
     System V Unix system
     testing point and print (p-n-p)
     testparm
     to remote SMB printers using CUPS
     Windows print drivers
     Windows printers, sharing
profiles command
prtadmin Unix group membership
ps command (Unix)
     looking for daemon processes with
pwdutils package




Using Samba
Using Samba: A File and Print Server for Linux, Unix & Mac OS X, 3rd Edition
ISBN: 0596007698
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 135

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