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Powershell, Using Get-QADComputer, how do I changhe to a different domain other than the default one

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How can I change to a different domain other than the one that is default.
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I had to add this line to my script Connect-QADSERVICE ‘domain.com:389’ –credential $CREDS and this would allo we to chagne domains
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