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How to setup Suse 10 and a PDC for windows machines

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I need to know step-by-step how to setup Suse 10 as a PDC for all my windows machines including : XP, Vista, Server 2003... << yes i know but i want suse to be the pdc.
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http://en.opensuse.org/Howto_setup_SUSE_as_SAMBA_PDC_with_OpenLDAP,_DYNDNS_and_CLAM

Here's the howto, I've got it working in a small environment.
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