Reader Message Boxes
This work makes regular use of message boxes—called "Reader Message Boxes"—to draw the reader's attention to some important point of fact. Several different message boxes are used, and each serves a specific purpose. The Message Boxes used throughout this text are as follows:
TECHNICALLY: This note is used to briefly express hard-core technical information to the reader. This is often followed by hyperlinks to Wikipedia, or RFC's for more information. Such as: "Remember: Samba, as of version 3, lacks direct support for Microsoft's Active Directory technology. Though Active Directory is a proprietary extension of the LDAP protocol, and Samba can use OpenLDAP to store user account information—do not confuse the two. For more information on the LDAP protocol see: RFC 4510. For more information on Samba 4 which will have direct Active Directory support (also by OpenLDAP) see: Samba4.