Enterprise Linux Management of Active Directory and Linux:
Active Directory and Linux guide
Management of Active Directory and Linux
If you are looking for a messaging or identity management solution, the following links can help you with all areas of AD/Linux cross-platform management.
Ask the Expert - Unix-to-Linux expert Ken Milberg explains how to integrate identity management for Unix servers with Active Directory.
20 Mar 2007
Article - Rather than use Sun's NIS, Research in Motion opted to manage its Linux and Unix boxes with Microsoft Active Directory plus Centrify DirectControl.
14 Mar 2007
Article - Centrify has released the beta version of an automated auditing system for Linux and Unix that syncs with Active Directory.
31 Jan 2007
Article - Not only do administrators want to manage large heterogeneous environments of Linux, Unix and Windows servers with Microsoft Active Directory, but they also need to move away from Sun's NIS.
23 Jan 2007
Article - Centeris launched Likewise Identity 3.0, an identity management app that turns Linux servers into native Microsoft Active Directory clients.
11 Mar 2004
Interview - Exchanging vendor lock-in for Linux and freedom of choice in messaging software sounds like a good idea. But it will flop if enterprise-strength messaging applications aren't available on Linux. Also, it will fail if your company isn't ready for Linux....