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Configuring Windows XP to login on Windows Server 2003 Domain

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How do I configure my Windows XP Pro Client PC's to connect on my Windows Server 2003 Domain?
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Right click 'My Computer'
Click 'Properties'
Click 'Computer Name' Tab
Click 'Change...' button
click 'Domain:' Radio button and enter domain name for your domain
enter credientials to join domain
reboot computer
once back at login screen click Options to see what domain your logging onto, verify that it is the correct domain
login with domain credentials/account

Isi
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