Storage Integration with Active Directory Services Part 4

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Having your storage device join Active Directory Services can be relatively straightforward.  What do do if the JOIN button fails?  This demo goes through a basic checklist from network to server. Demo covers integration between the NSS2000/3000/4000/6000 platform and Microsoft ADS Server 2003.

Part 1 - Network Overview

Part 2 - NSS Configuration

Part 3 - Connecting a share

Part 4 - Server 2003 Administration

Note: Some artistic license was used to make the test environment more easy to illustrate but the principles are the same in a live network.

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