Mac OS/Linux/Windows single sign-on

Wednesday, 16 November 2005, 3:16 AM EST

Centralized authentication greatly simplifies network administration. This post teaches how to log in to a Mac or Linux computer using centrally managed user accounts from a Windows Active Directory domain controller. With this configuration, the same Windows user accounts can be used to log in to any of the three operating systems, Mac OS, Linux, or Windows, with the same user network folder auto-mounted.

By Nate Osborne at the Big Nerd Ranch Weblog.

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