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Old 20th July 2010, 03:21 AM
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Re: FDS as Domain Controller Howto - replace Windows 2003 - Part 1

I've not tried to setup group policies, and as far as I know they are not supported in 389-server. What group policies are you trying to implement? Perhaps there is another way to achieve the same objective.
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