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Vista to join domain

I have vista home premium and want to join it to a domain network, is there any way apart from upgrading to business maybe with some patch?

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No. Only Business and Ultimate can join to a domain. You can use the Windows Anytime Upgrade to jump to Vista Business upgrade later down the road.

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