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C# Or Powershell Unjoin, Rename, Reboot, Rejoin Remote Computer

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Is there a sample code anywhere I can Unjoin, Rename, Reboot, Rejoin a Remote Computer by C# OR POWERSHELL ???
Please help if you can. I would really appreciate it.
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Well, you have the Remove-Computer, Rename-Computer, Restart-Computer, and Add-Computer cmdlets.  In PowerShell 2.0 you'd mostly have to use PowerShell Remoting since the cmdlets didn't support working against remote machines (except Restart-Computer).  With PS 3.0, they do support remote machines so you don't have to use PS Remoting (also Rename-Computer was only introduced with PS 3.0).

You can see documentation for all of these at
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh849827.aspx
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OK thanks anyways...
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