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Script to add machine to domain then put in correct OU

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I need a script where I can just click it and it adds the machine I am on to the domain then move it to the correct OU in Active directory. We are using mixed Windows 7\XP and 2003\2008 server environment. Thanks.
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If possible, I just want the script so I can add it to a text file. Rename it to .vbs or whatever the script is and run it.
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I haven't tested it, but this seems to be what you're looking for:
http://www.unidesk.com/support/kb/scripts-join-desktops-active-directory
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