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How to manage account info in one server?

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I want to storage all user info at one server in a small LAN including several linux and windows station, how? thanks a lot
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What type of information are you referring to? Do you mean all their documents, photos and so on? Email and user profile settings?

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try Artica project

http://artica.fr/

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If you want to use this for authentication you might want to try Active Directory....
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