Monday, March 8, 2010

How To Sync Evolution Mail (Ubuntu) with an Exchange 2007 Server

If you followed our series Integrating Linux into a Windows Domain you're well on your way to having a successful Windows workstation replacement. However in an enterprise environment there is still one big missing element, Email. So in this video tutorial we are going to show you how to get an Ubuntu 9.1 workstation connected to a Microsoft Exchange 2007 Server using the MAPI protocol. Once this is completed most of the functionality that you would have with a Windows workstation will have been duplicated in your Linux workstation. Click the read more link to watch the HD video.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Integrating Linux into a Windows Domain (Part 3 of 3): How to setup Active Directory (AD) Domain Accounts in Linux

IT Inc Computer Services has created an HD video series about integrating a Linux client into a Windows Domain. This is the last of three video's explaining that process. After the second video you should be able to log in to the Ubuntu machine using your Active Directory credentials. In this video we will show you how to add accounts or user groups from Active Directory to your Sudoers File. This is great as you can add your Active Directory "Administrators Group" to the Sudoers File so they may perform root commands from their account, and any account within that group inherits the permissions without having to set them up on a per user basis. Click the read more link to watch the HD video.

Integrating Linux into a Windows Domain (Part 2 of 3): How to add a Linux workstation to a Windows 2008 Active Directory (AD) Domain


IT Inc Computer Services has created an HD video series about integrating a Linux client into a Windows Domain. This is the second of three video's explaining that process. So after the first video you should have a Ubuntu 9.1 box setup in a Hyper-V virtual machine, although these steps apply all the same if your Linux operating system is running on a physical box. In this tutorial we show how to join the Linux box to the Windows domain and make the accounts work with Active Directory using "Likewise Open." With Active Directory (AD) integration one can use their AD credentials to login to the Linux machine. Click the read more link to watch the HD video.

Integrating Linux into a Windows Domain (Part 1 of 3): How to Setup Ubuntu in Hyper-V

IT Inc Computer Services has created an HD video series about integrating a Linux client into a Windows Domain. This is the first of three video's explaining that process. We will also be adding some additional videos to supplement the experience: including MS Exchange 2007 support, and Remote Web Workplace provided by Microsoft Small Business Server 2008. After this tutorial you will have a working Ubuntu 9.1 virtual machine.  Click the read more link to watch the HD video.