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I'm having issues getting the new VDI's to work properly, I have an error they could not join to the domain.  I did join them manually and moved them to the right OU, although it still has the same error.
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off this topic (sorry), on this instead (hope you don't mind):
>>I am trying to setup a SQL Maint plan and put together the steps it should have.

You should check out the following:

SQL Server Backup, Integrity Check, and Index and Statistics Maintenance
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Ola Hallengren
recommended video:

also refer to
Please see the following link on troubleshoot VDI domain join issues:

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