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    • CIFS vs SAMBA, What are the differences - Stack Exchange

      unix.stackexchange.com/questions/.../cifs-vs-samba-what-are-the-differences What are the differences between CIFS and SAMBA? When would you use one over the other? Are there any performance differences between the two?
    • CIFS: Common Internet File System

      www.samba.org/cifs Microsoft's collection of CIFS info SAMBA Digest Archive contains some CIFS discussion CIFS Mail Archive SMB History Project And for a bit of revision What is SMB?
    • CIFS Explained - CodeFX

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    • Microsoft SMB Protocol and CIFS Protocol Overview (Windows)

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      www.creditindemnity.com Credit Indemnity & Financial Services (CIFS) is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of trade credit insurance and related credit management services.
    • mount.cifs(8) - Linux man page

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