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Creating Win 7 Local User Account

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I am trying to add a local user account to a windows 7 machine and I get the following message:  "Unable to add <pcname>\<user name> to domain because <pcname>\<user name> does not exist.

I am logged on to the machine as a domain user with administrative privleges
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Question by:Bob Schneider
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did you try to add local user through computer management console?
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How are you trying to add an user account; why are you using pcname\<username> ?

Check this link out "How to create an User Account in Windows 7"
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