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i create an internal domain for my company and trying to add a  computer(XP) into the domain...can anyone tell me how to do it? thx...
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Login to the workstation with a local account
go to my computer -> properties -> computer name and enter the name of the domain, press OK
you will need to enter the username of a domain account with rights to add a workstation to the domain (the default domain admin will work)
at the prompt, enter the user name as domainname\domainusername and enter the password
press OK and wait
Follow the prompts and reboot.
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