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Old 11-07-2003, 03:52 PM   #1
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Domain Login


Quicky for all you Windows/Linux domain admins, has anyone configured a Linux client (mandrake/rh 9+) to be able to login to AD via there intial login screen.

I am having a b**** of a time getting it to work, after months of effort and retry's I am quickly getting to the point were XP!!!! seems a more viable option.

Please understand that I am trying to introduce Linux into a working enviroment that is windows, staffed by windows trained engineers and offers windows as its main training enviroment.

Please help me break this horrible nightmare I have of a windows world.

Yes nsswitch.conf etc have been amended to include winbind, winbind is running and smb.conf is up to date with the domain info.

The linux machine is also a member of the domain.

Coffee and fag break

Many Thanks

Chris
 
  


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