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Problem with "Full Computer name" after removing w2k serrver from a domain

Posted on 2006-10-20
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After removing one of my servers from our domain in the full computer name it still has : servername.mydomain.com

I tried to rejoin and remove it from the domain again, even with different names but it's always: servername.mydomain.com

Can thi be edited somewere ????

I think it's causing some of my users connection problems.
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redseatechnologies earned 500 total points
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Hi cmdias,

Easy, in the area to change name and domain infor (system properties, network identification)

Hit properties, then more, and delete the primary dns suffix information there

Hope that helps,

-red
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DOH!!!!!


Thx!!!

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