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    Forgive the noobish question but never having had to join a non Microsoft client to a domain before...

    I'm trying to join this Openfiler SAN program to our domain. It is asking for the domain name, IP addresses of the DCs, domain credentials and a field I've not come across before: ADS Realm. What would that be? Is that the same as the pre-windows 2000 domain name?

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    Re: Openfiler

    ADS = Active Directory Services - it is your .example.com domain

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    Re: Openfiler

    It's your kerberos realm name. As Cybernerd says, this is usual your dns domain name.

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