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changing a hostname of a windows 7 machine remotely

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Does anyone has a good idea on how to change a hostname of a windows 7 machine remotely?
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you can do RDP and connect to machine and change the machine name.

or you can use powershell to rename the computer.

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/pl-PL/w7itproinstall/thread/5bfd784e-f3dd-4d35-b77e-5571e5176d06
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Thanks Anuroopsundd,  I will try the powershell option. Thanks again for the information!
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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information very quickly provided.
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but why do you want to delete this request. if you have to close this open request then you  should just set the reply as the solution and not request to delete the question.
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i mistakely requested to close this question.. i meant to give Anuroopsundd the points...
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