How to link GPO to domain via Powershell script when you dont know domain name

I have a GPO called taco that I created with powershell script.   I need to link this to the domain but I don't know what the name of the domain is.   This is a generic powershell script that my customers will use to link the taco GPO to their individual domains.  I need to call the domain, find the FQDN and then insert it into this script:

-name Taco | new-gplink -target "ou=????,dc=?????,dc=?????" | set-gppermissions -permissionlevel gpoedit -targetname "Domain Admins " -targettype group

I need to figure out how to get those ???? populated in the script.  windows server 2008 R2

hope that makes sense :)
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Raheman M. AbdulSenior Infrastructure Support Analyst & Systems DeveloperCommented:
Import-module ActiveDirectory
$ou = "OU_NAME_Here"

$dn = (get-ADDomain).DistinguishedName

-name Taco | new-gplink -target "ou=$ou,$dn" | set-gppermissions -permissionlevel gpoedit -targetname "Domain Admins " -targettype group

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gmckfnAuthor Commented:
Perfecto!!!!
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