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windows 7 home premium doesn't work on a windows 2003 active directory domain, does it?
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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Depends on how you define "work".  Home editions of ANY version of Windows cannot join domains - XP, Vista, Win7.
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i guess i should have been more clear, you're correct, i ment join the domain, and didn't think it could but i guess i was hoping. thanks for the help.
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