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Old 01-23-2005, 11:03 AM   #1
nadirm
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Exclamation sharing debian with windows 2003


hi guys.
i have a network of windows 2003 server , windows 2000 and debian.

how can i make a share on debian..?
how can i make debian become recognized by my windows..?
how can i share the printer on windows for debian..?

this is my first time using linux.

thanks , you can write me to nadirm63561@yahoo.com
 
  


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