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What is the best path to follow to migrate an existing NT domain to a Samba

I've got several other Samba domains elsewhere, but none of them started as NT
domains so I didn't have to do a migration.

The existing network has several servers, all of which I intend to retire
from fileservice once this migration is finished. At the moment I have my samba
server on the network in a bogus domain and of course there's no useful

The samba server is set up to use LDAP and is running 3.0.13 under Mandriva.


Chris Garrigues Trinsic Solutions
President 1611-B West 6th Street
Austin, TX 78703-5074

512-322-0180 http://www.trinsics.com

Would you rather proactively pay for
uptime or reactively pay for downtime?

Trinsic Solutions
Your Proactive IT Management Partner

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