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Like in Windows Server 2000 and 2003 there are Active Directories that basically create a FQDN. So when we put someone in the server system they have a single log ...
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    Like in Windows Server 2000 and 2003 there are Active Directories that basically create a FQDN. So when we put someone in the server system they have a single log on for ALL services on our network.

    What does Linux have that is compatible? And is it called a "Domain" or "Domain Controller"?

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