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Will installing OS adding it to a domain installing all Applications through SCCm and adding the machine to another domain create any problems.

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Hi,

Will installing OS adding it to a domain installing all Applications through SCCm and adding the machine to another domain create any problems.
My senario is like this....
I have a sepearte network where we install OS and all applications...For installing Applications i use SCCM. So the machine have to be in the Domain.
Will readding the machine to another domain be a problem?
What all will the changes be?

Regards
Sharath
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The main issue I see with this is that you will have difficulty uninstalling the applications when it is connected to the second domain.
Other than that I think it should be fine.
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