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Jerry Carter

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Issue #25, Section #2 (21 Jul 2000: RPC Client Code Merge Started)
Issue #25, Section #6 (21 Jul 2000: Samba Performance Numbers)
Issue #25, Section #11 (21 Jul 2000: Client Code for Multiple WINS Servers)
Issue #24, Section #2 (30 Jun 2000: RID Generation and TDB Password Files)
Issue #24, Section #5 (30 Jun 2000: The New Printing Committee)
Issue #24, Section #9 (30 Jun 2000: Simple Denial-of-Service Attack)
Issue #23, Section #1 (18 May 2000: New Documentation Volunteer)
Issue #22, Section #2 (11 May 2000: Lotus Notes Can't Print)
Issue #21, Section #7 (4 May 2000: Load-Balancing Support from WINS?)
Issue #19, Section #2 (13 Apr 2000: Short-Filename Mangling: How Microsoft Does It)
Issue #19, Section #3 (13 Apr 2000: The Flat NetBIOS Namespace Problem)
Issue #19, Section #5 (13 Apr 2000: TCP/IP, the One True Way)
Issue #14, Section #3 (1 Mar 2000: LDAP and the Legendary Feature Freeze)
Issue #13, Section #7 (23 Feb 2000: NT Authenticating to a Unix Server?)
Issue #13, Section #9 (23 Feb 2000: Synchronizing Password Changes with LDAP)
Issue #11, Section #2 (9 Feb 2000: SMB Without NetBIOS Sessions)
Issue #7, Section #6 (12 Jan 2000: Temporary Memory Allocation)
Issue #7, Section #8 (12 Jan 2000: Domain Login Options in smb.conf)
Issue #6, Section #2 (5 Jan 2000: More on Tridge's New Database Module)
Issue #3, Section #2 (14 Dec 1999: Problems With SMBPASSWD in the Development Code)
Issue #3, Section #6 (14 Dec 1999: Bug in Auxilliary Utility Code)
Issue #2, Section #5 (7 Dec 1999: NIS+ Support Questions)
Issue #1, Section #3 (30 Nov 1999: More On Windows 2000 Domains)
Issue #1, Section #8 (30 Nov 1999: Profile troubles)

 

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