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Joining Active Directory
Has anyone successfully joined active directory as a member server? I am following the standard procedures of Ubuntu/Debian but could not succeed yet?

I suspect the problem rises from clock synchronization .. Does anyone know how TB keeps track of time? Since SBC's do not have a RTC like PC's , I think correct time is not available while booting?
I'm assuming that you have installed the NTP client. You will have to go to the clock setup and change NPT to server for your system. You may have to change the offset on your systems NTP server to a lager number, to allow you TB to login.

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