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Microsoft windows 8 professional add to a domain is greyed out

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I'm teying to add a microsoft windows 8 pro computer to our windows 2003 domain but the option to do that on the windows 8 pc is greyed out.  Any ideas on how to get it added?
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I suspect that your workstation service is not started. Do a search for"services.msc" and then find the workstation service. Also, run through this site tutorial: http://windows7themes.net/windows-8-join-a-domain-and-what-to-do-when-the-option-is-greyed-out.html
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