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I want to join a domain on microsoft windows XP professional but I need someone to tell me a domain I can join on my computer

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Hello Steve, go to a pc which is already connected to domain. Right click on my computer icon of the pc and select properties. You will see it there. Or else type echo %LOGONSERVER%. This is the easiest way for you now. Or else you can search internet for your answer. Good Luck. Hope your system administrator returns soon if all fails :)

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  • Steve Thompson Parker Apr 17, 2015

    i dont know any computers in a domain

  • Dhiraj Dubey Apr 17, 2015

    Ohh. That's confusing. Are you talking about the computer you have in office with a domain controller? Or you have a computer at home? Add computers to domain means you must have a domain controller.

  • Steve Thompson Parker Apr 21, 2015

    who is my system administrator

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