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As of this writing, the jury is still out regarding Samba authentication with Windows 2000 domains and forests. To ensure backward compatibility with older Windows clients and servers, Windows 2000 will support NTLM authentication in conjunction with its preferred Kerberos 5.0 and Active Directory authentication system. NTLM compatibility should allow Samba to participate in Windows 2000 domains and forests. Samba Kerberos development efforts may also allow Samba to authenticate to a Windows 2000 realm through trust relationships similar to MIT and Windows 2000 trust relationships.
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