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I have a new iMac and want to join it to a windows 2003 active directory domain.  what is the simplest reliable way to do this?
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Try this. It's a pretty good rendition of what I did to bind my OS 10.5.2 to AD...BTW...10.5.3 fixes some issues with AD integration. If you don't have it you should consider installing it.

http://www.markwilson.co.uk/blog/2008/02/using-active-directory-to-authenticate-users-on-a-mac-os-x-computer.htm
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