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VMware Exam 2V0-51.23 Topic 1 Question 7 Discussion

Actual exam question for VMware's 2V0-51.23 exam
Question #: 7
Topic #: 1
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When integrating a Linux OS based desktop into Active Directory, which three of the following can be used? (Choose three.)

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Suggested Answer: B, D, E

Integrating a Linux OS-based desktop into Active Directory can be achieved using Winbind for domain joining and authentication, Windows Domain Join through tools like Samba, and System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) for LDAP authentication against Active Directory. These methods enable Linux desktops to participate in a Windows-centric environment, allowing for centralized authentication and management.

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15 days ago
I think the answer is B) Winbind Domain Join.
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18 days ago
I think E) System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) LDAP authentication against the AD is also a valid option.
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24 days ago
I agree with Carin, Winbind Domain Join is one of the options.
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1 months ago
I think the answer is B) Winbind Domain Join.
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