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NETDOM.exe (NT Resource Kit supplement 2, Win2K Support Tools)

Posted On 2005-11-1 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: Command Reference
Tags: Windows Commandline Networking Windows
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Domain Manager - a whole bag of network management tools in one tool.

The syntax for NETDOM varies considerably between versions

In summary you can:

/JOINDOMAIN /JOINWORKGROUP

/Add /DELETE a computer account

(including BDC and resource domain computer accounts)

/Query the secure channel of a resource domain or BDC

/List the resource domain/BDCs in a domain

/Edit trust relationships

/Query the computer role of any domain member or BDC.



In Win2K only

Move a workstation or member server (computer) to a new domain

Rename/Reset a workstation or member server

Verify or reset and synchronize TIME within a domain

Resynchronize 'out of synch' domain controller`s


Run NETDOM /? for full syntax - or look in the supplied WinHelp file.


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