Integrating Ubuntu 8.04 LTS into Microsoft Active Directory using Likewise Open

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on 30 September 2010

Microsoft Active Directory is a widely-deployed directory service that is commonly used for identity management and authentication across the enterprise. Its ubiquity makes it a fixture of the IT landscape. As a result, interoperability with Active Directory is often a necessity when deploying services based on non-Microsoft operating systems.

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