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How to Achieve Secure Integration of Ubuntu and MS Active Directory Without Breaking the Bank

Administration, Ubuntu
Location: D135 Level: Novice

Ubuntu is bundling Likewise Open in their distro. Here’s a quick overview of how Ubuntu users can easily join their systems to MS Active Directory for secure authentication. Participants will walk away with the knowledge they need to prepare and join all of their Ubuntu systems to AD. They can even get first-level support directly from Ubuntu.

Who should attend?
*Anyone with many systems that are not connected to a directory
*Users that have to grapple with many passwords and accounts in their network
*Companies looking to leverage current investments in staffing resources and directories
*Companies looking to consolidate directories

Jerry Carter

Likewise Software

Gerald Carter has been a member of the Samba Development Team since 1998. He has been developing, writing about, and teaching on Open Source since the late 90’s. Currently employed by Likewise as a Samba and Open Source developer, Gerald has written books for SAMS Publishing and for O’Reilly Publishing.

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