How to unbind sus linix server to new Windows AD domain

We have as Suse linux server that was bind to a open source ldap via Winbind( if I am right). We now have to unjoin it form the LDAP server and join it to the Windows Active directory domain. No much done with linux in the past. Could you please provide detailed info to do that via command. Also, this server has many shares, Do I need to change the permissions on the folders?
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arnoldCommented:
/etc/samba/smb.conf

you might have a a GUI/text based authentication configuration tool where you can specify a new AD to which to bind/join.

I've not used suse, but see if you have an option to run net join ads ..


Covered instructions in https://www.suse.com/documentation/sles11/book_security/data/sec_ad_config.html
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