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I been trying to get samba to join windows 2003 as a domain member however I am not able to find a single accurate document on how to do it. when searching google or yahoo you get alot of docs however each have different steps and different required software, pam, winbind, krb5 etc.. ) and different way of setting it up.
My question have anyone come across any single really good step by step that works on howto join samba to 2003 AD.
believe me i spent a good amount of time on google and yahoo changing configuration according to each doc i read but it really seem like each doc has it own way of doing it and that there is no set of rule or steps that are unified to do it
Gentoo-wiki has a really good document which takes you through the configuration of each file. You'll either have to download the source or use YUM? to get the packages. One of the main reasons I use gentoo is that their documentation can't be beat.
If you understand the concepts it describes, you can apply it to any distro. I've used it in several offices where they were running various linux distros. The configurations aren't gentoo specific. The only difference as stated is that you'll be used the redhat package manager which I believe is YUM.
Give it a shot and post back if you encounter issues.
when i use a xp client machine to login i see the share, data and home directory, i am able to open data however when i click on homedir windows logon screen comes up requesting username and password - always says wrong username and password please try again