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Configure Mac OS X to log in using Active Directory
Troubleshoot binding issues
Troubleshoot login issues
Active Directory is Microsoft’s directory services solution that provides LDAP and Kerberos services for identification and authentication. Many organizations with Windows computers use Active Directory because it provides these features:
Security and policy management for Windows computers
Tight integration with popular application servers such as Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft SQL Server
High availability, with the ability to place multiple replica servers across geographic locations in a multimaster configuration
It is easy to integrate ...