About Enabling Windows Clients for a Linux Server
Because of the differences in architecture, allowing Windows clients to connect to a Linux-based database server requires extra set-up, that is:
- Windows uses the Samba protocol to share files. This protocol must be installed and configured to share your database's directories on the network.
- Toon Boom Harmony's Link Server daemon must be configured to allow Windows clients to create symbolic links on the Linux server.
- The server.ini configuration file must be set up to allow the Toon Boom Harmony Configuration Wizard to detect and set-up the database's shared folders on client workstations.