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Old 05-30-2013, 05:49 AM   #1
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Slack64-14/Samba4 integration into windows domain

May someone give some reference to the process of joining Slackware workstation (Samba4) to Windows domain?

I already got krb5 and ssh-krb5 compiled, but i am not sure about mandatory cfg options I must give to the samba config to get a package ready for the task.

Also some system cfg example would be very useful. May be the tool exists enabling single point configuration of everything?

I browsed through the process description found on Microsoft's TechNet, but it refers to RHEL5/samba3


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