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Old 04-22-2009, 09:28 AM   #1
Mindblower
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Micro$oft AD Groups to Debian Lenny Groups.-


Hi all,

I'm working in a project that try to migrate all Windows XP deskto to Debian Lenny desktop.-

For that i've being installing and configuring Debian Lenny and perform all the necesary configurations, i'm able to login with domain users everything is perfect .. BUT ...

I need to add some Domain Groups to the Debian Groups, like:

Windows AD Groups = Debian Groups.-

Authenticated users = Users

Local Administrators = root


Do you have any idea how can i do this?.-

Because if the user that logins isn't is in any debian groups i can't event enable the audio device for that user.-

Please, any help or ideas should be great!.-

Regards.-
 
  


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