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How to add redhat server to AD domain?

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I have 100 Redhat servers which i like to add to windows Active directory so they can share network printers running of windows 2003 domain, keep in mind i have no Redhat or linux experience.Objectives are following with priority defined in percent for each objective

1) Redhat be able to print to shared printers in AD domain. - 60%
2) One AD login to login into both windows and redhat machies 30%
3) Redhat can share files and see network shares 10%
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by:khurram_m
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Hello

When i open authentication configuration i dont see windbind option please refer to below , hwo to i get the windbind option on authentication.


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You need to install winbind rpm in linux systems. Please review installation options. you can install winbind rpm seperately also. search winbind rpm in installer dvd.
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Tried to install rpm and keep coming with error , project was with drawn at this moment as effort out runs the benefit
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