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How to interconnect Linux Machine to a windows Network

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How to connect Linux Machine to a windows Network.
I have a brand two new Machines..I'm going to installl windows 2000 adv server on one machine and Centos5 on other machine.

 After that I want to promote windows 2000 into DC.and add cenos5 to my domain.

Please give me step by step process for adding centos to windows domain.I will installll domain myself
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Would be worth having a look at the article here:
http://blog.johnruiz.com/2011/02/join-centos-to-windows-domain.html - I'm not a centOS user but it looks pretty reasonable to me...
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thanks
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