[wpkg-users] Joining windows to a domain

Peter Gough pmgough at gmail.com
Sat Feb 27 13:29:45 CET 2010

...or instead of using \\server\wpkg as the share name try \\
server.mydomain.com\wpkg (i.e. the fully qualified domain name) which tricks
Windows into thinking that you're using a different network resource.

On 27 February 2010 22:09, Vasaris <krx at takas.lt> wrote:

> > I try join windows xp to domain with netdom.exe. When I run package I get
> > error: "Multiple connection...".
> > Is someone who tried to join windows to a domain and can help me?
> Simple - try another user account with administrative privileges in the
> domain.
> This is known Windows XP problem. For example, if the computer is joined in
> the domain (already), and you try to re-join, or change computer name, and
> do that from the domain account profile loaded (not local administrative
> account&profile loaded), this error pops up.
> The account of the profile which is active and loaded must be different
> from the one you supply when authenticating to the DC, during joing
> opperation.
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