Difference between revisions of "GPO Backup and Restore"

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= Bugs =
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== Overview ==
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'''Added in Samba version:''' ''<The next Samba release containing the feature>''
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''<What does the feature do, Why might users care about it, What is the Microsoft-equivalent that a Windows admin might be familiar with, etc>''
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=== How to configure it ===
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''<Just reference the relevant samba-tool/smb.conf options (your man-page/help documentation should already be clear enough)>''
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=== Known issues and limitations ===
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''<Any outstanding bugs, configurations not supported, etc>''
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=== Troubleshooting ===
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''<What debug level do you need to run to see messages of interest. Are there any other ways to verify the feature is doing what it should>''
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== For Developers ==
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=== How to test it ===
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<pre>
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make test TESTS=blah
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</pre>
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''<Anything else notable about running the tests...>''
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=== Where the code is located ===
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''<Notable files/functions to start looking at...>''
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=== Reference Docs ===
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''<E.g. Microsoft specification/section that describes the feature in more detail>''
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[[Category:New Feature]]

Revision as of 00:56, 20 March 2019

Overview

Added in Samba version: <The next Samba release containing the feature>

<What does the feature do, Why might users care about it, What is the Microsoft-equivalent that a Windows admin might be familiar with, etc>

How to configure it

<Just reference the relevant samba-tool/smb.conf options (your man-page/help documentation should already be clear enough)>

Known issues and limitations

<Any outstanding bugs, configurations not supported, etc>

Troubleshooting

<What debug level do you need to run to see messages of interest. Are there any other ways to verify the feature is doing what it should>

For Developers

How to test it

make test TESTS=blah

<Anything else notable about running the tests...>

Where the code is located

<Notable files/functions to start looking at...>

Reference Docs

<E.g. Microsoft specification/section that describes the feature in more detail>