How do I hook a fedora 2 linux box up to my network domain? Where do I configure this at?? I am a newbie in training??? Thanks

I need to know the steps in getting my linux fedora 2 box on my network domain. I do not know where to go or what to do???  Any and all help is appreciated.
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heydorftAuthor Commented:
My network is windows server 2003. I forgot to add this.
That's not a problem. The link I gave you before will have the information you need.
Here is a more specific one :-,39035505,39081966-39000223c-1,00.htm
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    Here is another document for your reference:
Windows Domain Logins from Desktop/LX Workstations:

By network domain you mean? Active directory or web site? And what are you exactly wanting this new Redhat box to do?
heydorftAuthor Commented:
Active directory. I want to be able to browse out to our network and see what is on it. Like network places allow you to do. I did not know if this was possible or not. I want to be able to  join my Fedora to my workplace domain.
> I want to be able to browse out to our network and see what is on it. Like network places allow you to do
Say your AD domainname is "YourDomain"  <=== domain name may vary

Login Fedora Core 2 (Gnome), double click on "Computer", choose menu "File --> Open Location" and
type "smb://YourDomain/" in the location bar.

Or you can use LinNeighborhood (which can be found on and is pretty self explanitory)
or the command line smbclient (type "rpm -qa | grep -i samba" to check if Samba is installed or not)
# smbclient -L MyDomain
# mkdir /tmp/MyDomain/share; smbmount //MyDomain/share tmp/MyDomain/share


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Login Fedora Core 2 (Gnome), double click on "Computer", doube click on "Network", double click on "Windows Network".

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