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SCRIPT TO JOIN WIN 7 (64BIT) TO DOMAIN (WINDOWS SERVER 2003)

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Hi Experts:

I have 100 new Windows 7 x64 bit Pcs to join to a domain. Needless to say I need to automate this as much as I can.

I need to:
a) Join each machine to the domain
b) Change the name of each machine.
c) provide admin rights to domain Administrator and Domain Users
d) Add a network printer and set it as default,
e) Enable remote desktop and setup remote

Any help or advise welcome.
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