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Xp joining domain error message - path not found

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When attempting to join a Windows 2003 domain the XP Pro computer errors stating the path isn't found.
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Follow these steps and confirm,
How to properly rejoin a client workstation to an SBS 2003 Domain
http://techsoeasy.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!AB2725BC5698FCB8!278.entry
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"Network Path Not Found" Error Message When You Try to Add Workstation to Domain
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/285182
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