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By apopowski ·
I JUST INSTALLED THE UPGRADE AND AM TRYING TO CONNECT TO MY DOMAIN. I DO NOT HAVE A CLUE WHERE TO SET UP THE DOMAIN. ALL I CAN GET IS A WINDOWS LOGIN.

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by aekland In reply to wINDOWS 2000 PRO

It must be added to the domain. This can be done under properties for my computer click the network indentification tab and then the properties button.

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by Aaron_Wurthmann In reply to wINDOWS 2000 PRO

Good question that one got me too.
Right click on My computer, select properties then, the Network Id.. tab, then properties.

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by Aaron_Wurthmann In reply to wINDOWS 2000 PRO

Doh, looks like I took too long to type that, someone beat me to it.

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by apopowski In reply to wINDOWS 2000 PRO

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by romeroe In reply to wINDOWS 2000 PRO

If the problem is you can't logon to the domain, hit the options button on the logon splash window.
If you can't add your pc to the domain. Right click on My Computer - Properties - Network Identification Tab - Properties
I imagine you already have an admin login to add that pc to the domain. I hope this helps.

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by Aspasa In reply to wINDOWS 2000 PRO

Right Click on 'My Computer' Icon and choose 'Properties'.

Hit the 'Network Identification' Tab and click on 'properties'!

does that help?

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by apopowski In reply to wINDOWS 2000 PRO

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by Aspasa In reply to wINDOWS 2000 PRO

Right Click on 'My Computer' Icon and choose 'Properties'.

Hit the 'Network Identification' Tab and click on 'properties'!

does that help?

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