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Old 06-01-2004, 10:04 AM   #1
mohan5
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Question windows - Linux Domain


Hi all,

I have a problem. But its not a problem !! I have a domain with fewer computers. One of my system is loaded with Linux version(Fedora). My domain is in windows2k. I want to connect my linux computer to my domain for DHCP and for the dns operation. What shall I do? is it possible to connect a linux client computer, to a domain of win 2000 as same as a win client works.


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