by Mike on September 23, 2013 at 4:24 pm
For years, Linux administrators have been successfully using Samba winbind to integrate Linux with Active directory. While configuring a Linux host to join an Active Directory Domain is pretty simple, it still involves editing a few configuration files manually in most cases. The new software, realmd, changes all of that, and makes joining a Linux host to an Active Directory Domain easier than ever before!
I have installed F19 stable from Netinstall CD using minimal install, no desktop. Make sure your network and DNS settings are working, obviously.To successfully join a Windows 2008r2 AD domain using NTLMv2, I have done the following: