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 ===== Main page of the module ===== ===== Main page of the module =====
  
-For data exchange in a LAN SMB protocol is used (short from Server Message Block). It’s a network application layer protocol for remote access to files, printers and other network resources, and  also for interprocess communication. In ICS this protocol is implemented with Samba.+For data exchange in a LAN SMB protocol is used (short from Server Message Block). It’s a network application layer protocol for remote access to files, printers and other network resources, and  also for interprocess communication. In ICS CUBE this protocol is implemented with Samba.
  
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-“Identification” tab defines the role of ICS in the company’s LAN. After entering a network NetBIOS-name for the server, you can choose one of the following roles: ​+“Identification” tab defines the role of ICS CUBE in the company’s LAN. After entering a network NetBIOS-name for the server, you can choose one of the following roles: ​
 |role|meaning| |role|meaning|
-|Workgroup|Company does not use domain controller (AD) in its network, computers are in a workgroup, there’s no WINS-server. By default ICS belongs to workgroup named “WORKGROUP”,​ but you can rename it if necessary| +|Workgroup|Company does not use domain controller (AD) in its network, computers are in a workgroup, there’s no WINS-server. By default ICS CUBE belongs to workgroup named “WORKGROUP”,​ but you can rename it if necessary| 
-|Domain|Company uses domain controller (AD) in its network. ICS can be connected to the domain. It will allow you to import domain users, synchronize them and also to use domain authorization for ICS network resources.|+|Domain|Company uses domain controller (AD) in its network. ICS CUBE can be connected to the domain. It will allow you to import domain users, synchronize them and also to use domain authorization for ICS CUBE network resources.|
  
 Checkbox **«Sign SMB requests»** is responsible for enable additional security parameters for network resources, but they may be not maintained by old operation systems. ​ Checkbox **«Sign SMB requests»** is responsible for enable additional security parameters for network resources, but they may be not maintained by old operation systems. ​
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-After clicking the button “Join” ICS will apply the role you chose in the network neighborhood. If you chose the role “Domain”,​ the server will ask you for a login and password for the domain connection. ​+After clicking the button “Join” ICS CUBE will apply the role you chose in the network neighborhood. If you chose the role “Domain”,​ the server will ask you for a login and password for the domain connection. ​
  
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-Attention: for ICS to import users from a domain and synchronize them using LDAP, the domain user that is using from the side of ICS, must have administrator rights. ​+Attention: for ICS CUBE to import users from a domain and synchronize them using LDAP, the domain user that is using from the side of ICS CUBE, must have administrator rights. ​
  
-Attention: for ICS to connect to a domain and exchange data with it, it is necessary that domain controller server is on the user list of ICS and that this user uses authorization based on ip-address.**+Attention: for ICS CUBE to connect to a domain and exchange data with it, it is necessary that domain controller server is on the user list of ICS CUBE and that this user uses authorization based on ip-address.**
  
 It is quite common that access to the zone where domain lies can’t be permitted for exterior servers. For solving this issue, you can create a zone with redirection in the DNS module.  ​ It is quite common that access to the zone where domain lies can’t be permitted for exterior servers. For solving this issue, you can create a zone with redirection in the DNS module.  ​
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-If connection between ICS and the domain was successful, the green dot will appear near the field with the domain name.+If connection between ICS CUBE and the domain was successful, the green dot will appear near the field with the domain name.
  
 ===== Shared resources ===== ===== Shared resources =====
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 In the “access rights” window choose users and groups and set access rights for them. If you will mark **Allow guest access**, you will grant access to view and change files to anyone who can connect to the server. ​ In the “access rights” window choose users and groups and set access rights for them. If you will mark **Allow guest access**, you will grant access to view and change files to anyone who can connect to the server. ​
  
-**Important:​ network neighborhood can work only with logins without capital letters (if ICS wasn’t connected to a domain).**+**Important:​ network neighborhood can work only with logins without capital letters (if ICS CUBE wasn’t connected to a domain).**
    
 ===== Log ===== ===== Log =====
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