• I manage a SOHO network with about a dozen computers in two different sites plus a few users. All workgroup shares are running off a dedicated FreeNAS box. I would like to implement SSO for this network.

    Based on my reading, it looks like the proper setup would be to

    • Install vSphere on a decent barebones computer with two Intel NICs

    • Install pfSense as a VM for the firewall

    • Install Samba as a VM for netlogon services

    Do I have this right? Your thoughts?

  • That's a generic configuration for a generic use case.  You should be fine unless you have some other unlisted requirements.

  • Thanks. I realize that, but being new to virtualization, I wanted to be sure that I have the right overall concept.