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Netdom Join Failed To Complete Successfully

I have two servers on VMWare. One is a standard install of Server 2008 r2 and the other is Server 2008 core. Server 2008's IP is: 192.168.186.135 and computer name is: SERVER01. This is a domain ...
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Hyper-V Server - Can't UnJoin An Orphaned Domain

I have a Hyper-V host running on a Windows 2008 server that does not have a desktop GUI. This server is currently joined to a domain that no longer exists and there are no domain controller for that ...
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Netdom Join — What is wrong with this syntax?

I receive 'The syntax of this command is:...Try "Netdom Help" for more information, when I enter the following: netdom join melbourne /D:contoso.internal /UD:administrator /PD:* I have both ...
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CMD - Rename Local Computer, Join Domain, Join Specific OU

Alright so not sure if this is entirely possible all in one. Situation: Brand new computer not on the domain, just a local workgroup. Want to change that computers name, join a domain, and put the ...
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“Correct” way to programatically join a Windows 7 machine to the domain

What is the preferred method to programatically join a windows 7 machine to the domain? I want to script this so that when a newly imaged machine is booted up it joins the domain. (I don't want to ...
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NetDom at Startup

We have a Bat file running on a pc login to migrate a pc from Domain A to Domain B this works brill but. @ECHO OFF cmd /c netdom move /domain:B %computername% /OU:"OU=Computers" /ud:B Admin ...
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verrUsing netdom.exe to “Un”Join a domain

I need to unjoin a computer from the domain preferably form the command line. I know how to use netdom.exe to join a machine to a domain. Is there a corresponding way to un-join it? thanks.
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Netdom to restore machine secret

I have a number of virtual machines that have not been switched on for over a month, and some others which have been rolled back to an older state. They are members of a domain, and have expired their ...