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I have a Redhat 9.0  Workstation Can I add  It my redhat workstation to windows 2000 domian
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Yes, you use samba to join it.
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by:Kamiji
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Can someone send me Quick Installation or reffernce Guide for that
or tell me the procedure
I am not good in samba

thanx
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owensleftfoot gave you good reference, you can also try using this http://optics.ph.unimelb.edu.au/help/samba/DOMAIN_MEMBER.html
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