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Connect Mac OS X to Active Directory


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I am new to Macintosh, I have just purchased a Powermac running Mac OS X 10.3
I have also still run a Windows Server 2003 machine with Active Directory activated.

Can someone help me to setup my Mac to logon a Win 2K3 Server running Active Directory.
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