Linux Samba Server Administration
by Roderick W. Smith: a comprehensive treatment available of the Samba server, from expert coverage of installation and configuration to managing clients and servers to advanced troubleshooting techniques and optimization tips
Samba Administrator's Handbook
by Edward G. Brooksbank, George D. Haberberger, Lisa A. Doyle: this all-fact, no fluff handbook delivers practical, step-by-step troubleshooting advice for common installation and maintenance problems
SAMBA Essentials for Windows Administrators
by Gary Wilson, Andrew Tridgell: In this book, expert Windows sysadmin Gary Wilson walks you step by step through Samba planning, deployment, configuration, and management, showing Windows users exactly how to achieve the best results with the fewest problems.
Samba for Dummies
by George Haberberger, Lisa A. Doyle: Teaches the reader how to Install Samba the easy way, set up a simple network in a home or business, get low-cost or free software, share printers, files, or backup devices, automate a server maintenance, and more. The included CD-ROM contains Samba 2.06, SMBEdit, Linuxconf, Webmin v0.71, and more.
Samba Pocket Reference
by Jay Ts, Robert Eckstein, David Collier-Brown: Topics covered: Configuration file settings and commands associated with Samba 2.0.x and 2.2.x, presented in extremely concise reference format. Coverage goes to all legal smb.conf values, the smbd and nmbd daemons, and the utilities that ship with Samba.
by Steve Litt: shows you how to install, configure, and maintain Samba on a wide variety of platforms. You will learn pratical, focused solutions and strategies so you can seamlessly get Samba working on your network
Samba-3 by Example: Practical Exercises to Successful Deployment (2nd Edition)
by John H. Terpstra: This book?s complete configuration files, step-by-step implementation instructions, network diagrams, and automated scripts make deployment a breeze?even if you've never worked with Samba before.
The Definitive Guide to Samba 3
by Roderick W. Smith: This book is a thorough tutorial and reference to Samba 3.0, the forthcoming revision of the networking and client/server software package that allows non-Windows machines (such as Unix, Linux, FreeBSD, MacOS X, and Solaris) to seamlessly interoperate and reciprocally share resources such as files, printers, and data services with Microsoft Windows.
The Definitive Guide to Samba 4, Second Edition
by Roderick W. Smith: Updated to reflect these important new features, The Definitive Guide to Samba 4, Second Edition serves as an important reference for anybody interested in taking advantage of Samba.
The Official Samba-3 HOWTO and Reference Guide
by John H. Terpstra, Jelmer R. Vernooij: The book's Samba Team editors have organized and edited this material around the practical needs of working Windows(R) administrators. UNIX(R)/Linux administrators will find all the answers they need as well.
by Gerald Carter, Robert Eckstein, Jay Ts: This book documents Samba 2.0.4 fully (version 2.0.5, source and binary, appears on the companion CD-ROM), focusing on smbd, nmbd, the command-line tools, and Samba's newfound ability to integrate itself securely with Windows NT domains.
Using Samba, Second Edition
by Jay T's, Robert Eckstein, David Collier-Brown: This book documents Samba 2.0.4 fully (version 2.0.5, source and binary, appears on the companion CD-ROM), focusing on smbd, nmbd, the command-line tools, and Samba's newfound ability to integrate itself securely with Windows NT domains.