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change domain name in win xp

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it has step by step information about changing domain name.
http://helpdesk.ucr.edu/Prob_Solutions/Solutions/QA00026.htm
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Easiest way, right click my compuer, left click properties, go to netwwork identification, click the properties button, at the bottom you will see the box with the domain name in it, change it in there, click ok, it will prob ask you for a username/password just enter a valid one in, reboot and hey presto!
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