Re: group policies 2003 sbs
- From: "skillz" <chris.andrews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 16 Jan 2006 12:56:04 -0800
Here is how I joined workstations to domain and copied accounts: logged
in as local XP admin, went to system properties; computer name tab and
clicked the change button. told it domain name and gave account name w/
privlages to change (Domain admin). Recieved message Welcome to the XXX
domain. As I understand it this will create a new computer account on
the domain controller as well. Rebooted, logged in as new user to
create new domain user profile. then logged out. logged back in as
admin , and went to profiles tab. I then used the system properties,
advanced tab, user profiles,settings button and then copied the
orriginal workgroup profile to the new domain profile under documents
and settings, username. this seemed to work OK, as all icons from
orriginal desktop profile came over. but when apps were run, they
didn't work (multiple errors) . One of the main apps is a 3rd party
dental software program called Ace. it is a client server program that
connects to a Access database on server. I fuggured I just needed to
re-install teh client on the XP box for the new user domain profile,
but low and behold, I am not allowed to install the client app, and get
an access denined message.
What do you mean I should have used "http://servername/connectcomputer"
? I have never heard of this before. Is this run from the workstation
after the computer joined to domain? And what do you mean I should have
not manually joined Xp to domain as I would outside sbs. What is the
best practice for joining XP Pro to domain?
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