If you notice Window modules installer worker eating up your CPU, these tips might help you out.
This script will list disconnected RDS sessions and their processes on a Windows server.
1) Install cifs-utils package
# aptitude install cifs-utils
$ mkdir /home/username/share
3) Create CIFS credentials file /home/username/.cifs-credentials
$ chmod 600 $HOME/.cifs-credentials
5) Add the file system information into /etc/fstab:
//server/share /home/username/share cifs user,_netdev,cache=none,credentials=/home/username/.cifs-credentials 0 0
6) Open dolphin and browse the share.
I have had big problems with CIFS mounts hanging when I reboot or halt my Linux laptop.
It seems that NetworkManager shuts down the interface too soon and thus the mount is left open.
To fix this, I disabled NetworkManager and configured my WLAN interface through the interfaces file.
In Windows there are network profiles per network where you are connected e.g.
Private network Public network
This example shows you how to create a port forward with iptables.
It is basically three iptables rules.