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3.4. Installing Fedora Core on a Managed Network

Some corporate networks include a directory service that manages user accounts for the organization. Fedora Core systems can join a Kerberos, NIS, Hesiod, or Microsoft® Windows® domain as part of the installation process. Fedora Core can also use LDAP directories.

[Caution] Consult Network Administrators

Always consult the administrators before you install a Fedora Core system on an existing network owned by someone besides yourself. They can provide correct network and authentication settings, and guidance on specific organizational policies and requirements.


 
 
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