Re: [Nolug] Radius & Tacacs+

From: Jeremy (mailing list box) <>
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2009 09:06:29 -0600
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Dennis J Harrison Jr wrote:
> And gmail is still in beta.
> you should come to your own conclusions instead of reading a blanket
> faq from newbland.
> samba4 works fine for my customers. I don't mind supporting it though.
> You should know that unless forced to by circumstance no one with a
> responsible mindset would want to say "Yes this will work 100% for you
> I guarantee. If you have any problems feel free to whine away before
> you follow any directions or read any disclaimers."
> What do you think though?
> What doesn't work in samba4 for the use case of applying GPOs?

Gmail is in perpetual beta. In five years, I wouldn't be surprised if
it still is in beta.

Frankly, I'm not going to risk my networks with a product that even the
developer says is "code is still alpha" with "core features are still
missing." Yeah, using alpha quality software is great if you want to
generate recurring income by using client production networks as lab
rats, but I prefer that my production networks and clients have software
that is certified by the developer as a release product. A network
admin's job is busy and hard enough as it is without having to worry
about alpha quality software possibly bringing you down at an
inopportune time.

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