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Samba as the PDC

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I would my Samba server machine to act as the PDC for NT4.0 clients. From what I've read this is not fully implemented but it's possible. The extent that I need it is to be able to "collect" all the machines into a domain, instead of a workgroup for remote administration. Can Samba do this, and if so how do I go about setting it up?
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A qualified yes... The developemntal versions of Samba, 2.1.x and TNG can be PDC's. Theres some information about making Samba a PDC at http://us1.samba.org/samba/docs/ntdom_faq/samba_ntdom_faq.html and http://us1.samba.org/samba/docs/ntdom_faq/page2.html will tell you how to get the 2.1.x code. I've not yet played around with TNG, but the 2.1.x code works pretty darn well (I've been running three instances of various versions of it since Nov.
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