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Integrate Linux Solutions into Your Windows Network (Linux)

by Dustin Puryear

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In this day of ever-evolving technology, people are looking to migrate and integrate from what they have to something better, faster, and cheaper. These technological advances also make it easier for network administrators to integrate various Linux solutions that best fit their particular situation. For that reason, Integrate Linux Solutions into Your Windows Network offers many ways to use Linux technology to increase the reliability and cost-effectiveness of a network. Inside you will find what you need to know to upgrade gradually so that the process is invisible to the end user. Administrators at all levels will find this book focuses on the issues that face them and is full of sound solutions to make Linux operational in their networks.

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