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make Red Hat Linux folder - accessible to Windows?

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How can I make a folder on Red Hat Linux Enterprise Server accessible by Windows?

We have one Windows 7 and one Windows 8 desktop in the office.

Thank you
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install samba

yum install samba
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Install samba.

you can see a how-to here:

http://www.howtoforge.com/samba-server-installation-and-configuration-on-centos-7
http://www.howtoforge.com/samba-server-configuration-on-centos-6.5


centos is 100% compatible with redhat enterprise so you can use without any problems.
good luck!
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