Linked by David Adams on Tue 8th Jul 2008 04:09 UTC, submitted by Caffeine Deprived
Talk, Rumors, X Versus Y This article takes a look at the issues involved with ditching Windows for Linux. It's not the most in-depth piece, but it provides a handy introduction of the 'how's and 'why's of shifting.
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SBS2003 to Linux
by Nicram on Tue 8th Jul 2008 10:47 UTC
Nicram
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2006-01-31

Well i've got problem. I'm searching for some free Linux, that will got same features like SBS2003. Is there any? Here in Poland all schools got special project from gov, that they got new computers with SBS2003. They are all working using domains. The clients are configured in many ways, with dofferent groups, users etc. Is there some Linux, that can be used instead of SBS2003 & got same features (like configuring what user got on desktop, what he can't run. disabling USB, configuring what sites can't load, per user or group etc.). I mean 100% linux (server + clients)???
Ofcourse it must be same simple in administration in all aspects because such server will be at school & teachers will use it, & noone will pay them for learning how to use Linux. So it must be simple enough.
Are there any chances of doing that with Linux?

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