Re: RH password authentication on Windows Active Directory

"Mike Ingram" <mike.ingram@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in

One more question for now - Do I need to do anything (like load
software or make config changes etc) on the Windows AD at all?

This would be at least a year back and since I have a memory like a gold
fish I usually make notes on the things I do and I can't find anything
about this.

We're running the AD on MS W AS 2000 and not 2003 but if that makes any
difference I don't know.




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