Important: The following information is intended for a system administrator who is familiar with the Linux operating system, understands network operations, and has permissions to properly install and configure the QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions Linux Database Server Manager.
The directory on your Linux server that contains the QuickBooks company files must be configured as a Samba share so that it can be mapped as a drive on your Windows client computers. The following procedure provides an example of how to create and configure a Samba share. For more detailed information about configuring a Samba share, refer to the Samba documentation.
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To create a Samba share:
QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions users can now access QuickBooks company files that are located on the Linux server directly from their Windows client machines.
Refer to QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions Installation and Setup Guides for more information about installing and configuring QuickBooks Database Server Manager on Linux.