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How to add a Linux (Lubuntu) machine to a Windows domain I know about many enterprises, specially in the third world, that need to use Linux machines because of the price of the software. I always thought that this kind of software is one of the best options for developing countries to integrate into the international tech community. Of course, there are some issues to correct when integrating Linux with other proprietary software, such as Windows. So, I decided to show how to add a Linux ma
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  How to add a Linux (Lubuntu) machine to a Windows domain I know about many enterprises, specially in the third world, that need to use Linux machines because of the price of the software. I always thought that this kind of software is one of the best options for developing countries to integrate into the international tech community. Of course, there are some issues to correct when integrating Linux with other proprietary software, such as Windows. So, I decided to show how to add a Linux machine to a Windows Domain. Requirements:      An Active Directory Domain. I used a Windows Server 2008 machine as Domain Controller.    A Linux Machine. I used a Lubuntu VM, I really like Lubuntu.    SSH installed in the Linux machine. You can get it with the following command:  sudo apt-get install openssh-server Steps:  1. Create an Active Directory Domain. You can follow the instructions here.  2. Download PowerBroker Open Edition. You can get it here. You'll have to fill a short form and press Get Started . 3. You'll receive a mail with the download link. Click it.   4. Download the file corresponding with the architecture of your Linux machine. Since I'm using Lubuntu here, I'll select the version for 32 bits for Ubuntu. 5. Copy the file to your Linux machine in a place that you can access easily. 6. Open a terminal and enter the following commands: Go to the folder where you have the installer that you downloaded. In my case: cd /home/jorge/powerbroker   Make the file executable: chmod +x pbis-open-7.5.2.1527.linux.x86.deb.sh  Execute the file:  sudo ./pbis-open-7.5.2.1527.linux.x86.deb.sh  For the message: Would you like to install package for legacy links? (i.e. /opt/likewise/bin/lw-find-user-by-name -> /opt/pbis/bin/find-user-by-name) (yes/no)  Enter no . For the message: Would you like to install now? (yes/no)  Enter yes . Now wait for the installation to finish. 7. Now, you'll see a windows like this: Just minimize for the moment. 8. Go to Start>Preferences>Network Connections   9. Select your connection and click on Edit... 10. Open the IPv4 tab and set Method to Manual. Click on + Add and enter an IP address, a netmask and a gateway. In DNS Servers enter the IP of the Domain Controller, and in Search Domains enter the name of the domain. You could use the following image as an example. Then press Save:
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