On 13 Dec 2001 thomas@inorbit.com wrote:

> > Basically, it lets my FreeBSD box act like an NT server.   Except that
> > it's free.  And it's waaaay more robust and better performing than the
> > OS/400 NetServer.
>
> Performance wouldn't surprise me due to how Netserver interacts with
> OS/400 servers to serve data, etc.; but I'm curious about "robust". What
> additional support does it supply? or...? >

It also allows your unix box to act as a PDC.  It can do wins whatever and
time control, logins, etc.  Combine this with Caldera's email server which
can replace Exchange and you never need run a windows server again.
Besides that it runs on almost every unix known to man and therefore gains
the reliability and robustness of the host OS.  Can you say "no reboots in
over a year"?

James Rich
james@eaerich.com



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