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here I have attached screen shot that change computer to domain is invisible, how to make visible for join to domain. computer running in windows 8 pro OS
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by:Santosh Gupta
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Hi,

Please run “Services.msc” and navigate to Workstation service; ensure the service is enabled and started, or restart the service. Then try again.
for more clarification please share snap shot.

thanks !!
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by:Mahesh
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On the affected machine, in the tcp/ip properties of network card, ensure that "Clients for windows networks" checkbox is selected, if not iselect it and click install.
After reboot you should be able to join machine to domain

Mahesh
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by:Sikhumbuzo Ntsada
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Are logged on the local account not the Microsoft Account?
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Lee W, MVP earned 147 total points
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You didn't post the screen shot.  Post it and maybe we can provide a good answer.
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by:itenquiry
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Operatin system is windows 8 single language edition, in this edition can not join with domain. I didnt check windows 8 edition. Thanks everbody for given answer
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