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RIS Domain Join

Posted on 2008-06-16
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I currently have a 2003 virtual server I am using to deploy images with through RIS.  When I deploy the base XP image to the PC it will push fine however it will not add it to the defined domain. I have made a ll the same configurations as those of another RIS installation I configured which works fine; the only difference here is the virtual server.  Any ideas would be greatly appreciated since I have tried almost all of them with no luck.
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by:adamroman
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how many network cards do you have on the xp machine?
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I was able to get it to join the domain by removing the Dooldstyledomainjoin entry from the [Identification] are and adding the following if it will be of any help.

[Identification]
JoinDomain=Domain_name
DomainAdmin = Name_of_account_with_appropriate_permissions
DomainAdminPassword = Admin_Password
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by:1trod
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2, 1 integrated and an additional 3com.
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