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how to connect linux server(fedora core 10) with windows client

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i have fedora core 10 in my system i want to connect any of the windows machine in my workgroup and my domain and also any of the windows machine should able to contact my fc10 server with their individual user name and password
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by:Monis Monther
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Install Samba and configure the samba to join your Active Directory you will need to configure

1- kerberos
2- samba+winbind

A simpler solution is to configure a simple share on samba and have win machines connect to it
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thanks
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