How do you change a computer from one domain to another?
1. Right click on My Computer.
2. Choose Properties.
3. Go to the computer name tab.
4. Click Change.
5. Change the domain name. (It may require a password.)
6. Click OK.
7. Restart the computer.
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What uniquely identifies an object within an Active Directory domain?
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What uniquely identifies an object within an active directory domain but will change if an object is moved from one domain to another?
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How is information transferred from one computer to another in a network?
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What is used to test connectivity from one computer to another?
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What do you call the computer name of a Windows computer On a Windows network?
The computer name that comes up on the Network is the one that was configured in the system properties. You can reconfigure the Computer name by going to: :: Windows XP :: My Computer >> Right Click >> My Properties >> System >> Computer Name. "To rename this computer or join a domain, click change" :: Windows 7 :: My Computer >> Right Click >> My Properties >> Advanced system settings >> Computer Name. "To rename this computer or join a domain, click change"
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When the trust relationship between a workstation and domain has broken down how can you fix it?
One Way: When you try to log-on or connect to a computer and you receive an error stating: "the trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed," don't panic. In order to fix this problem, you remove the workstation from the domain by accessing it with a local administrator account and then rejoining it to the domain. Step by step: * Log-on on locally to the workstation with a local administrator account. * Right click "My Computer" and select properties * XP: Select the tab Computer name VISTA / Windows 7: Select change settings next to the computer name * Click on Change * Change the Member of selection to WorkGroup and enter anything you like * Click OK * in the The computer must restart prompt click OK * back in the computer name tab click on change again * Change the Member of selection to domain and enter the domain name * Click OK * enter the credentials of the users which is permitted to join the computer to the domain * in the The computer must restart prompt click OK * back in the computer name tab click OK * on the restart computer prompt click restart now. When the computer is restarted the problem should be gone. Another Way: Actually there is another way you can do this without losing your credential to the domain controller or having to copy all the files to a new user since chances are it might happen because it might see the PC as a new PC ( Maybe ) try the same steps but use the NETWORK ID option right above CHANGE under the system properties and follow the steps. This way it will noticed that the computer you are joining has the same name as one on the domain and it will ask you to if you would like to use the same name. Go ahead and say YES and it will rejoin the computer or laptop back to the domain fixing the connection to the domain and not making any changes to the computer or the users already in the computer. If you remove the computer from the domain and rejoin it you might have to recreate all the accounts and copy all the files in all the different locations of each user. This step will fix the connection issue without make any changes to the computer and this is what you want, not extra work. So what do you do when you can't even log on as the local admin? I tried the two admin accounts that I have, the standard Administrator and another. If you can't login as a domain user or local admin and can't access the box remotely then it's time to give up. If the drive(s) contain data you want to keep then I would put in a different hard drive, re-install the OS, and then try to mount the drive(s) and recover data. when ever my computer should break down for any reason i call a computer tech out to have them work on it to get me back up and running
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Difference between workgroup and domain?
In a Workgroup: All computers are peers; no computer has control over another computer. Each computer has a set of user accounts. To use any computer in the workgroup, you must have an account on that computer. There are typically no more than ten to twenty computers. All computers must be on the same local network or subnetwork. In a Domain: One or more computers are servers. Network administrators use servers to control the security and permissions for all computers on the domain. This makes it easy to make changes because the changes are automatically made to all computers. If you have a user account on the domain, you can log on to any computer on the domain without needing an account on that computer. There can be hundreds or thousands of computers. The computers can be on different local networks.
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What does the hostname utility do?
A Hostname is a unique Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) which contains a domain and a computer name for the purpose of identifying each computer that is used in the internet. It could be one or a group of labels which helps in identifying a computer in the domain name system(DNS) hierarchy. Hope this helps.
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What does a domain transfer do?
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What is the difference between active directory and domain controller?
Active Directory is called a directory service, it stores objects like users and computers. A domain controller is the server running the Active Directory is called. You can have multiple domain controllers for many reasons, like redundancy so should one server fail, people can still login in and access things like joined computers using another domain controller while the first server is being fixed. Just is small example of how Active Directory is to be used: Forest (abc.com) Domain (newyork.abc.com) Domain Controller D Domain Controller C Computer A, users can login to the computer using their account on using either Domain Controller D or Domain Controller C depending on different factors like location etc. Computer B, same Computer C, same Domain controllers have rights to authenticate and authorize login of users in domain Only one Domain Controller in a domain can handle can tasks like the Global Catalog. Primary Domain Controller (PDC) Infrastructure MAster RID Domain Master all are domain controllers with specfic FSMO roles
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Is it possible to search for domain names by owner?
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What does a function need to have for it to be a function algebra?
A function is a mapping from a set, called the domain, to a set (which may be the same) called a co-domain or range such that for each element in the domain, there is at most one element in the co-domain. Another way of stating the last bit is that the mapping can be one-to-one or many-to-one but not one-to-many.