AD integration

Posted on 2007-07-23
Last Modified: 2013-12-23
We have allot of resource on Windows side. The linux group are using NIS. They want to get rid of NIS. They want a single sign on to access the resources on Linux side and Windows Side. They want to athenthicate against our AD for linux and windows. The only way I know is thru the NIS. I just have to make some changes in the schema. But they don't want to use NIS. The only was I can think of is to make their user id work kerbores.

We are running AD Windows 2003 R2 with SP2.

Any Ideas.
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