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By dean.scott ·
How do I setup a workgroup within a domain using Windows 2000?

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by TPrinzo In reply to workgroug/domain

Do you mean within the domain have a workgroup to group computers, for example within the domain ABCorp have workgroups for Accounting and Sales? Also is it the server or clients running Win2K?

If the clients are Win9x it is easy just go into network properties and on the Identification tab enter the desired workgroup name ("Accounting") the computer will still login to the domain ("ABCorp") but will display under Network Nieborhood in the Accounting group.

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by dean.scott In reply to workgroug/domain

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by dean.scott In reply to workgroug/domain

I know it is easy in Win '98, That was why I was asking about Windows 2000...

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by tamj123 In reply to workgroug/domain

goto setting\network and dial up connection, click on advanced\network identification then click on properties.

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by dean.scott In reply to workgroug/domain

If you put it in a workgroup it removes you from the domain. I need in both...

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