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Bug ldap and active directory

Hi Friends,

I need your help to get some solution of one of my problem.
Ours is a mixed domain. Most of the servers are windows and very little linux servers. We are using the MS AD for authentication. My problem is, I want to authenticate linux servers against AD. I donot want to use any third party tools like centrify kind of.

One of my understanding is, configure ldap for linux. Synchronize ldap against AD, so that we can use ldap server as proxy for linux authentication against AD. Can we do like this? Please help.

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si, in questo modo puoi sincornizzare le autenticazioni fatte con RADIUS con openldap (o 389-ds).


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