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How do I go about adding PC with Fedora Core 7 to join a Domain?

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Hello, I am trying to add a PC with Fedora Core 7 on it to a domain but not sure exactly how to go about it in Linux OS. Is there a place where I can change it from workgroup to join the domain like its done in Windows under Computer properties?

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Linux doesn't "join" the domain like Windows.  You need to configure Samba and it will be "included" in the domain in a manner similar to how Windows 9x computers are - there will be no management of it, but you can access network resources.

For more information on configuring Samba, you need to review http://us1.samba.org/samba/ and look under the "learn samba" section on the left.
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