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Joining MAC OS X 10.4.8 to SBS 2003 domain

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How do you join a MAC to a SBS2003 Domain and network?  I'm having trouble with the MAC binding to the domain.
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Question by:breynolds01
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you dont
but you can use ldap and directory services as an authentication platform

http://www.apple.com/itpro/articles/adintegration/

SBS's hard licensing will make the job more difficult.  Cross post in the SBS forum
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