The Domain Server is designed to fulfill the role of a Windows NT domain controller, incorporating LDAP to server as a "Directory Server". The RH Linux Domain Controller Project is designed to function with its sister project, the RH Email Server. The goal of this series of projects is to develop 'meta-distributions' that bring together great OSS projects in an easy-to-install, easy-to-administrate manner, the desired end result being that Microsoft Administrators should be able to easily adapt and migrate to Linux without having to be a 'guru'. The collection of projects will aim to match specific Microsoft products (Exchange Server, etc.) in functionality. Current versions include user and group administration as well as migration tools.
Release Notes: A ton of issues have been fixed. Native NT domain admin tools now work in TNG. Registry patches are included for non-roaming profile domains (STD and TNG).
Release Notes: This release now includes LDAP with the current TNG option (the option of installing the primary Samba code with LDAP remains). Native NT 4.0 Admin Tools functionality is also now available for user and group management.
Release Notes: For greater domain controller functionality, the option to use the current TNG code has been included. The option of installing the primary Samba code with LDAP remains. This release also adds an installation for Samba TNG (non-LDAP), along with other feature enhancements.
Release Notes: New Windows NT PDC -> Linux LDC Migration tools. redone installation and administration scripts, a new LDAP Server, LDAP SMB authentication, LDAP System Authentication, new Group Functionality and Group Logon scripts, and an initial Web Portal (using Apache and PHP).