At 02:20 PM 6/26/2008, Chris Edwards wrote:
I have been put in charge of creating a single sign-on mechanism for our
Windows 2003 and FreeBSD servers. We are wanting to use Active Directory as
our LDAP server. I know of four different methods that could possibly work.
4. WinBind / Samba
Which is the most excepted/supported way to do this? Several of the severs
are very old, 4+ years old.
Thanks for any help,
I have had no trouble using winbind/samba as a secondary controller to the
Windows 2003 AD server. I will say that not all the utilities work, but
the functionality does work just fine.
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