I have a Windows Server 2003 PC with an Active Directory Domain named law.subrogate.net. I am trying to join a Windows 7 WS with hostname\UserID of HP001\tlp006 to this domain without any success, and it is not because I haven't tried. What knowledge I have as a programmer not a network engineer/administrator has always served me well in the past and I have never had a problem joining a workstation\user to a NetBIOS domain on a Primary Domain Controller -- very old school. This is killing me.
Please find attached a screen shot of the user properties on the Windows Server 2003 PC with an Active Directory Domain.
go into the excpetions section and build an exception list based on the technet list.
You might not need all of them, depending on what your doing, but it's a good guide line.
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