What is an Active Directory (AD) Domain Linux System?
An Active Directory (AD) domain is a database of user, computer, and network resources that is used to manage access to network resources. In a Windows network, the AD domain is used to authenticate users and authorize access to network resources.
On a Debian Linux system, you can join an AD domain to allow users to log in to the Linux system using their AD credentials and to manage access to Linux resources with AD group policies. To join an AD domain on a Debian system, you will need to install and configure the