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make computer member of specific domain group after joining domain
hi all ,
is there any way to make any computer who is recently joined the domain member of specific group without even move to be member of it ?
8/22/2022 - Mon
What is your use-case?
we are trying to add new machine to domain and Once the PC’s join the domain it should be part of user predefined group but it is not happening for the new machines being joined the domain .( i.e. not inherited )
I get that, what will the group do?
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Do you want a Domain Computer to be part of any particular Group after it joins the Domain. If my understanding is correct then you can do the same using Group Policies.
If my assumption is not correct then request you to elaborate your question.
yes i need Domain Computer to be part of particular Group after it joins the Domain. how this can be done using group policy ?
Will all computers eventually be part of this group?
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