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Hi,
the difference between workgroup and the domain is
workgroup is a peer to peer network, no centralised administration and security is less.
domain is a client/ server network, administration will be done by domain and is more secure.



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You need to be logged in to your PC with administrative privileges. Go to start menu, find & right-click "My Computer" or "Computer" - (if you're using Windows 7) and select properties. If you are using Windows XP, select the 'computer name' tab and click on the 'change' button => make sure your computer is a member of a "Workgroup" and NOT a domain. Follow the same basic steps if you are using Windows 7. There are only a few minor differences in the location of these configuration settings. In Windows 7 you'll have to look for "advanced settings"..

Sep 04, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Forgot my password


As you have forgotten your system password, you need to reset your password to login to your Windows Vista. Before proceeding with resetting your password, you need to know if your computer is on a domain or in a workgroup. To know more about this, you can refer to the following Microsoft support page:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows7/what-is-the-difference-between-a-domain-a-workgroup-and-a-homegroup

If your system is on a domain, only your network administrator can reset your password. If your system is not on a domain, you can refer to the instructions mentioned on the following Microsoft support page to reset your password:
Important: Please select your Windows version appropriately from the drop-down menu on the top-left corner of the following webpage before reading the instructions.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows/reset-windows-password#1TC=windows-vista

Hope this will resolve your issue.

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Aug 16, 2014 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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You can reset your password by using a CD with a utility to start up the computer from and then reset your password.
Look here for what to do:
http://pcsupport.about.com/od/toolsofthetrade/ss/ontpre-screenshot-guide.htm
And here for instructions and download at the end of page:
http://pogostick.net/~pnh/ntpasswd/bootdisk.html

Beware that if you have EFS encrypted files you will need to remember your old password. But not many people do.
Good luck.

Aug 04, 2014 | Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64BIT...

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What dialog box can you use to change the computer name after windows 7 is installed?


1. Click Start button
2. Click Control Panel
3. Click System
4. Under the title "Computer name, domain and workgroup settings", click Change Settings.
5. In the System Property dialogue, click Change button.
6. Do the changes in the names in Computer Name/Domain Changes dialogue box.

Jun 13, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Is it possible to recreate first run scenario (the add new user and edit computer name window) on windows 7?


Change/add user
  1. Open "Control Panel".
  2. Navigate to "User Accounts and Family Safety".
  3. There you can add more user accounts.

Edit computer name
  1. Right click on "Computer" (in start menu or might be on your desktop)
  2. Select "Properties"
  3. Under the "Computer name, domain, and workgroup settings" section, on the right click the "Change Settings" button
  4. A box will open that is titled "System Properties".
  5. Click the button that says "Change..."
  6. Edit your computer name!
Hope this helps!

Apr 26, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Can not log in on computer with password it says Domain home not available


You need to logon to the local machine with the administrator account and Try leaving the Domain, (Join Workgroup instead) reboot, and then rejoin the Domain.
This can be done by right clicking 'My Computer' - Properties - Advanced system settings - computer name - change and do the necessary changes there.

Mar 10, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium...

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Domain controller is down or otherwise unavailable.


Hiii

Ok after assiging a workgroup to the domain, plz make sure u gpupdate ur system , certain times it does take 60mins for changes to take effect.

Regards.

Sep 08, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Sir , how do i change the workgroup for win xp 64 bit


right click on my computer --> properties --> computer name --> change the name of the workgroup there and apply and ok ( you may need to reboot for it to take effect )

If you are joining a domain ( windows domain ie with a server ) then select domain and enter the Fully Qualified Domain Name in the text field

Apr 17, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2C for...

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Windows cannot connect domain either domain controller is down or otherwise unavailable or because your computer was not found


The resolution and workaround to solve the error is as below.
  1. Login to the Windows 2003 domain controller, and delete the computer account object from the Active Directory by using Microsoft Management Console (MMC) which you can always access from “Manage Your Server”.
  2. Log-in to the PC workstation as local administrator. If you cannot logon as local administrator, try to unplug the network cable and logon to the computer by using a domain administrator user that used to logon on the PC before, by using cached logon credentials feature.
  3. Go to Control Panel, then click on System icon, then go to Computer Name tab.
  4. Unjoin the computer from the domain by clicking on “Change”. You should see that Domain button is now selected. Remember your domain name in the text box. Select (Click) on “Workgroup” to remove the computer from the domain, and put any workgroup name in the text box (e.g. workgroup).
  5. Click OK to exit.
  6. Restart the computer (optional)
  7. Go back to the Control Panel, launch System properties and then go to Computer Name tab, and click on “Change”.
  8. Rejoin the domain by uncheck the Workgroup button and select (check) Domain button, and put in the domain name noted above into the text box.
  9. Click OK to exit.
  10. Reboot the PC.
This should solve the unable to logon to domain error, without changing or losing the user profiles on AD.

Dec 18, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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