Microsoft and Samba finally come to terms over Windows protocols

After years of public disagreement over ensuring interoperability between their respective software, Microsoft and Samba have come to terms. And not surprisingly, each vendor is offering quite a different spin on the licensing agreement they unveiled on December 20. It took an intermediary, the Protocol Freedom Information Foundation (PFIF) Related

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After years of public disagreement over ensuring interoperability between their respective software, Microsoft and Samba have come to terms. And not surprisingly, each vendor is offering quite a different spin on the licensing agreement they unveiled on December 20.

It took an intermediary, the Protocol Freedom Information Foundation (PFIF)

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