I reconfigured my Fedora1 box to use a static address and hostname that is different than the one that is used when it boots as a W2K workstation. This should keep my son and my active directory happy. By using a different IP address I can limit when I expose open ports to the internet.
I mounted a shared directory on my SBS server using the instructions in www.sbslinks.com/Linux.htm. I am working through an article by Vitor Feitosa, Authenticating Windows 2000 users on a Linux Workstation. Once I get all of this to work I will have a single signon for my network. I will wait until I get my copy of Microsoft Services for Unix. I picked up a copy last week for the cost of shipping. I could use a copy of schema extension I got off the Internet but I have opted to wait.