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Binding Leopard 10.5.3 to Windows Server 2003 Active Directory

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I currently have a iMac G5 running Leopard 10.5.3 and wanting to bind it to my Windows Server 2003 active directory and currently keep coming up with the same error in the console (T[0xF0103000] - Active Directory:     No _ldap._tcp records found for domain *********.*****. Binding cannot occur unless *********.***** resolves correctly.) does anyone know what i can do about this?

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Lyon
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Thank You! Very Helpful!
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Great job...  charge me to sign up to find out there is not an answer given as suggested...
 Just a series of weblinks to known sites....
Anyone including my self can go read all the primary sites for an answer!

I have been ripped off!.
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JFMusic, I don't see that you asked a question. You seem to have tagged this comment on to LyonJay's question and he seemed satisfied.
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