Which is better for my situation(i have a 30+ mac users , and for they i must provide the videoconferencing , desktop share,desktop control and mostly user using adsl )?
on 01/29/2012 – Made popular on 01/29/2012
I'm customising an Ubuntu 14.04 desktop environment for a specific group of users who require the xfce desktop, using the gtk greeter. I want to make xfce the default for all users, and despite doing what I think is everything required by the documentation new users still get the ubuntu desktop when they log in.
The setup we're using is a RedHat (moving to CentOS) virtual desktop, the user being authenticated
to ActiveDirectory using Centrify, and the current home directory coming from a NetApp NFS share.
The users' primary desktop is a Windows 7 desktop with their home directory coming from a NetApp CIFS
Videoconferencing specialist Blue Jeans Network announced integration with Microsoft Outlook in an effort to extend its cloud-based videoconferencing platform to a wider audience of desktop business users.
This is something every sysadmin knows, or shoul know, but maybe Desktop Linux users does not know.
Yes it is not too useful for Desktop users anyway but, in case you do not know and might need to enable or disable the loggin ability of some users here is how to.
First let's see why we would like to do such a thing (blocking a user from loggin).
I have been recently tryingto put to good use the Remote Desktop function of Ubuntu between three of my machines, and bumped into problems.
All three machines, which we'll call A,B and C for simplicity, run Ubuntu 10.04, and all are configured to allow remote control without need for user confirmation.
Now, the issue is that from machine A and B I can connect with C but, although C is con