How to Remove a Failed Active Directory Domain Controller

When a domain controller in your environment goes down hard and cannot be brought back online, you may need to forcefully demote it from its Active Directory domain. The following step-by-step will walk you through safely demoting a domain controller that cannot be brought back online.

Using Linux BIND DNS Servers for Active Directory Domains

Learn how to configure a BIND DNS domain for Active Directory on a Linux server, and also the pros and cons of doing so.

Joining Samba 3 on CentOS 6 to Active Directory

Learn how to add your Samba 3 deployment to Active Directory, to allow Windows users to authenticate and connect to your Linux file services.


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