What Is Samba Server? How Does It Work?

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Samba server is the protocol through which the file sharing and the other information are shared between the PCs. There are a number of operating systems which provide compatibility for samba server like Windows 95/98/NT, OS/2, and Linux. If you want to use Samba server on Linux then you need to integrate Fedora Linux into a Windows network. There are few steps through which Samba works with Linux.
1.      First you need to Enable Network Connectivity to the SAMBA Server
2.      You need to Update Firewall Settings
3.      Then you will Enable SMB Services
4.      Make Server Users & Directories
5.      Configuration
6.      Restart the SAMBA Services
7.      Finally you can Access the SAMBA Server from Windows
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