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locating the domain name not connected to the domian

Posted on 2014-04-24
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Hello, I am remoting to a system that I need to connect to the local domain but I forgot to write the domain name down while I was onsite is there a way to get the domain name ..using some utility or ??? I dont think I can remote to the server I just left logmein on the new system install .. I do have the domain admin password .... any suggestions
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Why not just get the domain name from someone at the site  ?


If you have the domain admin user and password then you must have some aspect of the domain name


domain\user

If your new system is setup to use the Domain dns server, running nslookup can also help.
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If you have the correct domain Name  and password type
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