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Hi all
Only starting to get used to linux so go easy on me

   Is it possible to set up Linux as an NT Domain Server with user accounts and permissions etc...???
   I have looked around and I think Samba does this but am not too sure

Any help appreciated be it Links, Books, Advice, Suggestions, etc...

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Smaba can do it.
Best resource is http://www.samba.org/ itself. The Samba package also contains a lot of docs (*.txt) files about SMB, And NT-Domains and DC etc.

www.samba.org also recommends books.
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Thank you

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