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I need asisstance on creating a script that after the computer is image at 1st logon the script will ask to change the computer name for examble to NYC1234 and make the admin password be same as the computer name NYC1234 and last join the computer to the Domain NYCONE.
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Whats the OS?  What is the method of deployment?

You can use a combination of NetDom and Net User to change the computername and password, although the account must have admin rights to do so.
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is for windows 7  and I want to run it as part of the 1st logon command after the computer has been re-imaged.
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