We utilise both Windows and Linux server at our software development company.
One of the friction points with this setup is that we don't have a single sign-on solution. Being more of a Microsoft shop than a Linux one we want to authenticate against AD.
I read a couple of articles online and I understand this to be possible.
We are currently using the following services on Linux that requires authentication:
- git server (through SSH)
- Apache web server currently using .htaccess files.
- SAMBA file shares
What I want to know is how practical is this sort of setup? Does it really work or is it error-prone?