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Servers

Servers

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Servers are simply computers that have a special role whereby they provide services to other computers. This may be file sharing, web serving, email hosting, user authentication etc. In a very simple peer-to-peer network this may be just one of the workstations. In a larger network they tend to be dedicated machines.

Security Privacy Tools

Security Privacy Tools

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Description of Security & Privacy Tools

Please keep this content generic and avoid specifics. Some people's lives depend on this sort of information. Tools that assist in maintaining security and the privacy of workers. It is easry to go overboard in this area. It is also very easy to try and use technology to fix a problem which is both technological and people based. The common test:

SecureShells

SecureShells

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Description of Secure Shells

Usually SSH - relates to an encrypted connection to a shell, usually running on a Linux or Unix system.

How are secure shells used in Missions?

Just like everywhere else they are used to access remote servers securely. They can also be used to create VPN by carring PPP over the SSH connection or by port mapping and forwarding (for basic access).

Satellite Communications

Satellite Communications

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Sample Missions IT Infrastructures

Sample missions IT Infrastructures

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Mission Growth

One cannot simply list off sample mission infrastructures without some context. Missions have a fairly standard growth model, though there are a number of things that can affect it.

Mission Growth Factors

The main issues that affect the growth of IT in missions are:

Samba Problems

Samba Problems

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Adding a Samba 2.2 server (Redhat 7) to a Windows 2003 domain.

This is what worked for me.

On the windows server, create a computer account, with the netbios name of the server. This account must be a Pre-Windows 2000 computer.

On the samba server, the following settings must be in the config file

SMEServer

SMEServer

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Research

Research

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If you had the dollars to translate and distribute the JESUS film into a language, which language would you choose?

Remote Assistance

Remote Assistance

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RDP

RDP

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RDP

Remote Desktop Protocol. This is a Microsoft protocol used to connect to Terminal Sevices.

There are many different clients available. Here is a subset of them:

1. Microsoft RDP Client. This is inculded on all XP and 2003 workstations and servers and is available as an add on to Windows 2000.

2. rdesktop and other Linux clients. This can be added by using rpm.

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