Joining CentOS 7 Desktop to Zentyal PDC (Primary Domain Controller) – Part 14

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9 Responses

  1. Eriston says:

    Hi, with this steps my Linux desktop will receive gpo that I created for Windows client?

  2. budi says:

    Hi, is it using the same way if we want to connect centos 7 machine into windows AD? what the different is in /etc/krb5.conf windows AD does not have kdc setting

    • Matei Cezar says:

      The procedure for adding CentOS 7 to a Windows ADDC is basically the same as the one explained here for Zentyal. No extra steps needed.

  3. Raj says:

    do we need to follow the same guide for Windows DC as well??

  4. Jon says:

    Thanks, I have been using all of these tutorials a lot, very helpful.

  5. Dixieadmin says:

    Do you have any How-To’s on joining Centos 7 to an existing samba DC to act as a BDC then another tutorial to show how to convert the Centos7 BDC to a PDC?

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