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Old 09-01-2002
Sco openserver and Windows 2000 server

Hi,

i have 4 Unix Sco openservers, 4PCs running windows 2000, and 1 PC with windows server which i want to configure in the same network.

During the configuration procedure, the wizard of Windows 2000 SERVER ask you if this is the only server in the network, now it will be the only WINDOWS server, but there are Unix servers in the network too ? what will happen if i configure it as my unique server ?

please note that the unix servers are running applications which are not intended for any of the Windows network hosts , that is i dont want them to communicate and they have fixed static IPs,the reason they are on the same network is that they are connected to an ADSL router via a switch to the NET.

Thanks.
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Old 09-02-2002
so far i know windows the onyl server in the network means you have no other servers running an smb server (like samba). so the windows server will be the pdc (primaire domain controller) withouth any bdc (backup domain controller). if you install samba on the unix servers then you should say no if you install not an smb compatible server you should select the only server.
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Old 09-02-2002
Hi,

Regarding the Samba idea, NO I will not install any Samba . I don't want any connection between my Unix and Windows machines. So I will go for the " this is the only server in my network".

Thanks.


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Originally posted by jurrien
so far i know windows the onyl server in the network means you have no other servers running an smb server (like samba). so the windows server will be the pdc (primaire domain controller) withouth any bdc (backup domain controller). if you install samba on the unix servers then you should say no if you install not an smb compatible server you should select the only server.
 
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