Gentlemen, It would be interesting to insert GPO referring to samba. To: 
Relevance of NT4 domains vs. AD domains.






On 09/18/2016 01:07 PM, Bryan Smith wrote:
Well, Samba 3 and Samba 4 aren't much different.  The protocol in
Samba 4 is the same as Samba 3.

Samba 4 introduces the DC option, but not all distros include it.
E.g., Red Hat has gone the IPA route for AD Forest Trusts, instead of
allowing a Samba Server to be a DC in a native AD Forest.


On Sun, Sep 18, 2016 at 9:17 AM, G. Matthew Rice <m...@starnix.com> wrote:
+1 for these changes...samba 3 should definitely go.

I know there are a lot of samba3 installs still out there....but there
shouldn't be. :)


On Sep 17, 2016 2:17 PM, "Fabian Thorns" <ftho...@lpi.org> wrote:
Dear all,

taking a look at

   https://wiki.lpi.org/wiki/LPIC-3_300_Objectives_V1

You will notice that it's time to review the current LPIC-300 objectives
to ensure they are still up to date. Therefore I'd like you all to share
your thoughts about our current objectives with the list, including wishes
what should be changed in the next update. We have however to obey that it
will be "minor update", so we can't fundamentally turn the while exam
around.

Some things we should discuss from my point of view would be:

  * Relevance of NT4 domains vs. AD domains
  * Same for NBNS vs. DNS
  * Shift from Samba 3 to Samba 4 (which shouldn't cause too much trouble,
though)

However, I don't want to limit the discussion on these points. Just go
ahead and point out what you think. As usual, I will comment when necessary
and condense all the comments into a draft for potential updated objectives
which we will then review altogether again.

Looking forward to an interesting discussion,

Fabian


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