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Generally speaking, the "domain administrator" ( a person ) needs to specifically admit your computer to the domain. IT policy typically won't let just any computer online.

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Unable to log in and can't change Domain?


Log on with local admin account. When you can't do it, you have to reconncet it to the domain and take it out of the domain otherwise new installation.

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Resetting a PC on the Domain


Re-Setting a PC on the Domain

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  4. Restart
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  6. Move PC back up to domain: na.proskauermain-domain.com. Use the proper UserID and Password, as given to you by the System Administrator again.
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Need to get around proxy blockers to check email


Proxy's are generally blocked by URL so try using Command prompt and pinging the Domain and connecting using IP rather than fully qualified domain name, Some proxy's are blocked by IP which you yourself cannot alter unless you own the proxy and own the hosting its on, In which you can assign an new IP to the website using Apache or depending how proxy script connects editing proxy script.

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How do i change the configuration from domain to work group


even if you mistakenly joined a domain you can still log in through your existing id and password.
Once your press CTRL+ALT+DEL, you will see a login window with three fields namely: user id, password and Domain.
In the log in screen use the drop-down menu in front of Domain (which shows your new domain- most likey MSHome) and choose 'this computer'. After this, enter your old/existing user id and password and hit enter.
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In active directory on the server you need to create a network admin user and any other normal users u want to have access to the domain.
Then you have to add the pc to the domain using the network admin user.
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Old profile with new user ID


If it is a local profile and you want to convert it to a domain profile, the you ca use moveuser.exe from Microsoft.

Check http://www.ss64.com/nt/moveuser.html for example

Note that you cannot use this tool to move profile from on domain to another domaine, use admt v3 instead.
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Domain controller error


First reboot once your PC and if that does not work then:
when you login with your local admin account are you able to ping the DC? Also, check the IP settings to make sure they are correct. Are you using DHCP or are you static? If you are able to ping the DC adn IP settings are correct, is the computer name in Active directory? Also if the computer name is in active directory, is it disabled? If you check all these things and you are still having issues, drop the computer from the domain, rename it and create the new name in Active Directory and then add the computer back to the Domain. Somewhere along the line of following these steps, you should get the computer back inline. If other computers are able to connect to the domain then it is definitly an issue with this computer name or a setting on this computer.

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Is there a running Domain Controller present? If so DNS info is often stored in Active Directory (A.D. Inegrated DNS Zone).  If this is the case you can just connect a server to the network, join the domian (verify DNS settings in TCI/IP config is pointing to Domain Controller) and then installm DNS from Add/Remove windows components.  Zone data should replicate from AD to new DNS server, to verify open DNS console and look for resource records relevent to the domain.

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