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10.4: Binding to single-label Active Directory domains
Authored by: redclawx on Mar 14, '06 02:20:30PM

If you don't have the SMB/CIFS active then you won't be able to browse the network for SMB/CIFS computers, (i.e. Windows file shares.) In my environment we have three (for lack of a better term) main network paths. The only one currently supported is AD. For the Macintosh environment, browsing to Network/Delta will get you to the SMB share points for most everything on the network. The other two unsupported paths are the standard Windows SMB "Workgroup" and the AFP path.

By turning off SMB/CIFS the only item brows-able is AFP, at least with our setup.



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