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Authenticating a Fedora user in a Windows Server 2003 AD

Posted on 2006-10-30
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I manage a client-server network which is part of a Windows 2003 domain, clients are running WindowsXP-Pro. Now we have three new clients running Fedora 5.0 and want the Windows users to use de Fedora clients to be authenticated through the Windows 2003 server AD.
Is that possible ? How can we achieved that ?

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Dear ibu1, many thanks !!!!
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