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.

Part 3 of 3

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