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rleslie70

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i'm just curious of other's experience with linux. i'm much more familiar with windows but have played around with linux a little bit...i've loaded a couple of different flavors. One of the reasons i'm considering moving kerio over to linux is because of security..i think linux is more secure or at least the attacks or not so much aimed at it as they are windows.

I'm just curious what flavors of linux some have used and why they prefer them over the others. Also, if we were to migrate to linux would we be able to do a back up using the kerio back up and then do a restore in linux with the same backup.......using the kmsrestore? also what kind of remote access is available to access the linux server from a windows computer?

thanks for your help.
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We host our servers on CentOS and once you learn the syntax it's a breeze to manage. SSH via Putty would be your best bet for managing the server.

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I was also thinking to switch over to Linux CentOs. I will be testing these Operating Systems and if everything is working ok, we will switch to linux. Lol gonna save some Ms$$ again.LOL:)
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