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Old 07-15-2007, 08:33 PM   #1
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Joining Fedora 7 to MS 2003 server Domain:

Joining Fedora 7 to MS 2003 server Domain:

Hi I am very new to Linux; I have just installed Fedora 7.

I will like to know the step by step guide, on how to add my Fedora PC to my MS 2003 server domain running DHCP, DNS, and AD.

I will like for both Windows and Linux computers to be able to share and communicate with each other on my LAN once they are in the domain.

Please can anyone give me some step by step guide on how to get this done!!!!?[/B]

Thanks for your help!!!
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you can find some useful information (not step-by-step guide, but better than nothing).


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