by jcannon on July 06, 2006 03:06pm
Another guest blog this week from Identity Management Program Manager, Shamit Patel:
Last week, we released two new utilities to help customers achieve UNIX / Windows Interop. The first is a set of utilities and the SDK for the Subsystem for UNIX Architecture (SUA) in Vista Beta 2 & Longhorn. For those unaware, SUA is a native subsystem residing on top of the Windows kernel, just like the Win32 subsystem. It provides the basic infrastructure to run UNIX-based applications and scripts on Windows Vista (Ultimate and Enterprise) and Longhorn Server.
We've also released the UNIX-side components for Identity Management with UNIX. This essentially provides the utilities which enable password sync between Windows and UNIX environments. These are the UNIX-based utilities to enable successful synchronization.
I realize many of you may not be testing Vista or Longhorn, but for those who are, or have corporate testing, we would love to hear your feedback on the product, scripts and documentation.
- View full post on Longhorn Server Identity Management for UNIX components and Vista Beta 2/Longhorn Utilities and SDK for UNIX Subsystem.
- Download Utilities and SDK for Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications in Microsoft Windows Vista / Longhorn Server Beta 2.
- Download UNIX Side Components for Identity Management for UNIX – Shipped with Windows Server codenamed Longhorn Server Beta 2.