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Domain Controllers

On Thu, Mar 27, 2003 at 10:59:33AM -0500, R Ransbottom wrote:
> Can linux stand in as a "Domain Controller" in a Win32
> environment?  I thought this a samba function but am
> not familiar with Microsoft networking or its terminology.

Yes, this is something that Samba will do on Linux.

There are a few restrictions, but in general Linux/Samba is a better
choice to handle Microsoft's networking...


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