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I need to be able to integrate a Fedora Core 3 sever on my Windows 2003 domain. I believe I have configured the machine correctly but when I choose to join the domain nothing happens. Am I missing something? I am completely new to Linux.
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and if you need to install samba and all packages you have in here a step by step tutorial
http://lilly.csoft.net/~vdebaere/handleiding/samba-activedirectory/index_en.html
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