|The usual way is connect the computer to the network. |
Start it up and go
Computer -> properties -> advanced system settings -> computer name (make sure its unique)-> change -> select domain -> type in the domain name -> you’ll be asked for the admin password for the domain. Do that and then it will ask you to restart.
Then when it’s restarted it will be part of the domain. Depending on the domain policies you need to select the domain from the drop down box and put in the username and password for a network account
if your domain is set up properly with security, when the computer reboots it shouldn’t be allowed to do anything. you then to access the active directory for the domain and move the newly created object for the pc in computer OU and move it to where it should go e.g. finance in the finance OU so the appropriate security policies will be applied. If this is the case do a reboot after the move so the policies are pushed out the pc.
OH and if you have home edition of xp or vista or windows 7. I’m pretty sure you cannot connect them to domains.
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google it! wasnt the answer to the question i asked so dont be dense and give me that repl