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By manish_rit21 ·
Dear Sir.
In our company users log in Windows NT in the domain, but we need various Licenses for it. It mean to say that if there ten users and we have ten licenses, Eleventh user will not be able to login because of less license. I want to know that as Red hat Linux is a freeware and we don't need Lincense for, so can our users log in to our Domain in Windows NT Server going through Linux Server, by this we will not have to buy the Licenses from Microsoft. Please tell me our users can login through Linux 7.3 and if yes how, please tell the deatiled procedure for it.
Regards,
Manish.

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log in windows through Linux

by timwalsh In reply to log in windows through L ...

You still need the client access licenses to be legal, no matter how you get to the Windows server.

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by sbaltus In reply to log in windows through L ...

I agree any user useing any resource on windows server needs a cal even if they are going through a linux server first

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