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Samba HowTo Guide
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Administrative Tasks and Methods

The basic operations of the net command are documented here. This documentation is not exhaustive, and thus it is incomplete. Since the primary focus is on migration from Windows servers to a Samba server, the emphasis is on the use of the Distributed Computing Environment Remote Procedure Call (DCE RPC) mode of operation. When used against a server that is a member of an Active Directory domain, it is preferable (and often necessary) to use ADS mode operations. The net command supports both, but not for every operation. For most operations, if the mode is not specified, net will automatically fall back via the ads, rpc, and rap modes. Please refer to the man page for a more comprehensive overview of the capabilities of this utility.

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