Advice 1: How to domain

Using the management capabilities of user accounts (including administrators), network resources, etc. Windows domains significantly simplify almost all the needs of the administration. But some applications require a resume the computer from the domain.
How to domain
Instruction
1
Open the Windows control panel. To do this, click on the "start" button in the right side menu click on "control Panel".
2
By default, all items in control panel are displayed by category, which is not very convenient (in this case, does not display all items). To change this, click in the left menu (on Windows XP) "Switch to classic view" or (in Windows 7) in the upper right corner next to "View" select "Small icons". Or go to the category "Performance and maintenance" by opening the shortcut or by choosing the item with the given name in the section "the Transition" menu "View".
3
Open the System properties window (Windows 7) or "system Properties" (in Windows XP). To do this, locate the appropriate icon and click on it double click, the same "RMB -> Open".
4
Open the dialog "computer name Changes" (in Windows XP) or "advanced system settings" (in Windows 7). In the window "system Properties" go to tab "computer Name". Click on the "Edit" button (this step is the same for Windows XP and Windows 7).
5
Print your computer from the domain. Near the controls "Is a member of the" window "to Change the computer name, select workgroup:". Text field the name of the group will become active for editing. In this field, enter a value for WORKGROUP. Save the changes by clicking the OK button. A window will open with text fields for entering the name and password of the user. In this window click on the OK button, then in the following two screens too, click OK.
6
In order to begin to work outside of a Windows domain, you need to restart the computer: click "start," clicking "check box" on the keyboard. Click on the arrow next to the menu item "shutdown", then click on "Reset" (in Windows 7) or the button "shutdown" (Windows XP).

Advice 2: How to get out of the domain

Surgery you resume the computer from the domain is a standard procedure in the Microsoft Windows operating system and can be performed by the user without additional software, provided have administrator access.
How to get out of the domain
Instruction
1
Verify that you are the administrator or operator of the selected domain and make sure that the computer is online.
2
Open the context menu for the desktop "My computer" click right mouse button and select "Properties" to execute the operation output of the computer from the domain.
3
Select the "computer Name" and enter the Edit command.
4
Use the option "Is a member" and select "workgroup".
5
Enter the required data in the appropriate fields and click OK to confirm the command.
6
Restart the computer to apply the selected changes and press the "start" button to bring up the main menu of the Microsoft Windows operating system.
7
Enter the value of cmd in the text box of the search string to perform alternative surgery you resume the computer from the domain and click the "Find" button to confirm the operation.
8
Open the context menu of the instrument "Command prompt" click right mouse button and select the "Run as administrator".
9
Enter the value netdom.exe remove ComputerName /Domain: applet nameof domain in text box command line and press Enter to confirm the command.
10
Restart the computer to apply the selected changes.
11
Remember that repeated attempts to log on to the domain will be executed by the computer using the old name. Therefore, recommended action is the operation of renaming a computer. Use the following command syntax:netdom ComputerName using Windows PowerShell, you /newname: galaevening/userd:scriptdomainloginapplication/passwordd:* /usero: locallyadministered/passwordo:* /reboot: промежуток_времени_между_переименованием_компьютера_и_перезагрузкой.
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