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Add Mac 10.5 Leopard to Win 2000 Server

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I would like to know how to add my MacBook Pro running Leopard 10.5 to our Win 2000 server domain.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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by:lnkevin
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Check this forum. It may help you on the steps to accomplish this.

http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=5784981

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Do you want to be part of the domain (as in AD) ?
Do you need to just access the domain for file server and print shares or are their other servers (such as SQL, exchange,etc) you need to access ?

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by:BoodaBuddy
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I need access as the domain admin. I also need access to our Win 2000 exchange server.
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