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Computer Account-Active Directory 2003

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Hi
I have Windows XP computer part of domain.i accidently deleted computer account on active directory,any way to join that computer back to domain from server?
i dont want to manually go to that computer remove from domain and join again(as this will reset installation ID of one my my software)

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You could give http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963906.aspx a try, it's a Microsoft Sysintenals utility to restore active directory objects.
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