linux as a client on Windows NT domain?

linux as a client on Windows NT domain?

Post by sn.. » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00



I am currently using Win 98 as a client on a Windows NT domain, but it
is very unreliable.  Is it possible to use Linux as a client on a
Windows NT domain, and is there any documentation available that
explains how this is done?

I would also like to:

* access my email that I normally pick up with MS Outlook on Win 98.
* access data in MS Access and MS Sql 7.0 databases that reside on
Windows Machines on the NT domain.

Is there any documentation that explains how to do this also?


I will only reply to the newsgroup.

Thanks is advance,
Christopher Snow

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