Advice 1: How to turn a computer into a domain

Domains significantly facilitates the work of users, allowing only one time to log in and forget about all the passwords to various devices and files into a local network.
How to turn a computer into a domain
You will need
  • - administrator rights;
  • - LAN with a Windows domain;
  • - user account in the domain.
  • is the domain name.
Instruction
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To turn on the computer in the Windows domain on the tab "computer Name" in the window "system Properties". To open the window "system Properties" in Windows XP, using the "start" menu, open "control Panel" and click "System". If your computer is running Windows 7 or Vista, open "control Panel" and choose "System and security", in which click "System". On the opened page click on "advanced system settings" in the left sidebar.
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In the window "system Properties" select the tab "computer Name". Click "Edit" in the opened window enter the name of the domain to which you want to turn on the computer. Then click on the OK button. In the window that appears, enter the domain user name and password. Then click OK and restart the computer. Your computer included in the domain.
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In addition to the graphical interface, you can add a computer to the domain using the command line. In the operating system Windows XP NETDOM utility is included, which can add computer to the domain using the command:

netdom join computer_name /domain:domain_name /userd:domain_name\user_name /passwordd:user_pass.

Where computer_name, domain_name and user_name should be replaced by the names of the added computer, domain, and user and user_pass to change the user's password in the domain. In Windows 7 NETDOM utility has been replaced with command in PowerShell add-computer. To add a computer to a domain console Window 7, run the following command:

add-computer -DomainName domain_name -credential domain_name\user_name

Where domain_name and user_name will replace the domain name and user.
Note
A Windows domain is not intended for home use, it is very easy in enterprise networks with a large number of users with different level of access to files and devices. Therefore, computers running operating systems for home use, that is, below the Professional level do not have the tools included in the domain. To add these computers to first reinstall the system.
Useful advice
There is a quicker way to open the window "system Properties". If you have Windows XP, right-click the mouse on the icon "My computer" and in the drop-down menu click on "system Properties". If you have Windows 7 or Vista, right click on "Computer" icon, select "system Properties" and click "advanced system settings".

When you turn on the computer to the domain on the same tab "computer Name" you can specify a description of your computer that will prompt for domain users.

Advice 2 : How to link website to a domain

The domain name for the website - it's about the same as the name for the store or movie theater. The site can be found without his domain name by ip address, but it's as uncomfortable as to look for a shop by its geographic coordinates. There is a significant difference with the names of real objects - two sites with identical domain names do not exist. Following this special service called Domain Name System (DNS - domain name system).
How to link website to a domain
Instruction
1
Install in a distributed database domain names match between your website and its domain. For this you need to inform the Registrar of the domain name, which hosting you should look for your website, and your hosting service to tell the query which domain name should now be directed to your website. All this is done by filling in the corresponding fields in the control panel of the hosting provider and domain Registrar.
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Find out the addresses of the DNS servers hosting that is hosting your website. The purpose of these servers is to receive requests from the users ' browsers and depending on them the domain name to redirect to related sites. Usually two names (main and backup) can be found in the information letter which hosters are sending after you create each new account owner. If you can't find this letter - see information section of website hosting provider or ask in tech support.
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Log in to the control panel of your hosting and navigate to the section pertaining to domain names. Specific placement depends on the software used by the hosting provider. For example, if it is cPanel, you need to go to the section called "Domains", then under "Additional domains" and fill in the form in which it is necessary to specify a new domain name. In the case of using the ISPmanager control panel, the relevant section is called "Domain names" and in addition to specifying a domain name here you need to check the box "Create WWW domain".
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Go to the control panel of the domain Registrar, go to domain management and select (if any). Select the paragraph that applies to the DNS, it may be referred, for example, "Managing DNS servers / Delegation." In the appropriate boxes (NS1 and NS2) specify both a DNS server and make sure no mark next to "Use DNS server of the Registrar. After sending the data from that form to the server, it may take from 2 to 72 hours prior to the time when your website will respond to its new domain name.

Advice 3 : How to turn a computer into a domain

Domains significantly facilitates the work of users, allowing only one time to log in and forget about all the passwords to various devices and files into a local network.
How to turn a computer into a domain
You will need
  • - administrator rights;
  • - LAN with a Windows domain;
  • - user account in the domain.
  • is the domain name.
Instruction
1
To turn on the computer in the Windows domain on the tab "computer Name" in the window "system Properties". To open the window "system Properties" in Windows XP, using the "start" menu, open "control Panel" and click "System". If your computer is running Windows 7 or Vista, open "control Panel" and choose "System and security", in which click "System". On the opened page click on "advanced system settings" in the left sidebar.
2
In the window "system Properties" select the tab "computer Name". Click "Edit" in the opened window enter the name of the domain to which you want to turn on the computer. Then click on the OK button. In the window that appears, enter the domain user name and password. Then click OK and restart the computer. Your computer included in the domain.
3
In addition to the graphical interface, you can add a computer to the domain using the command line. In the operating system Windows XP NETDOM utility is included, which can add computer to the domain using the command:

netdom join computer_name /domain:domain_name /userd:domain_name\user_name /passwordd:user_pass.

Where computer_name, domain_name and user_name should be replaced by the names of the added computer, domain, and user and user_pass to change the user's password in the domain. In Windows 7 NETDOM utility has been replaced with command in PowerShell add-computer. To add a computer to a domain console Window 7, run the following command:

add-computer -DomainName domain_name -credential domain_name\user_name

Where domain_name and user_name will replace the domain name and user.
Note
A Windows domain is not intended for home use, it is very easy in enterprise networks with a large number of users with different level of access to files and devices. Therefore, computers running operating systems for home use, that is, below the Professional level do not have the tools included in the domain. To add these computers to first reinstall the system.
Useful advice
There is a quicker way to open the window "system Properties". If you have Windows XP, right-click the mouse on the icon "My computer" and in the drop-down menu click on "system Properties". If you have Windows 7 or Vista, right click on "Computer" icon, select "system Properties" and click "advanced system settings".

When you turn on the computer to the domain on the same tab "computer Name" you can specify a description of your computer that will prompt for domain users.

Advice 4 : How to add computer to domain

Connect a local computerrunning Windows^ to the domain is a standard operation performed by the normal operations of the system. The procedure does not require in-depth knowledge and the use of additional software.
How to add computer to domain
Instruction
1
Connection of the local computer that is running Windows to a domain is done in the dialog "system Properties". There are several ways to open this dialog: bring up the main system menu by pressing the button "start" and open the context menu of the element "My computer/Computer" click right mouse button. Select "Properties";- go to "Run". Type sysdm.cpl in the Open box, and confirm the selected actions by clicking the OK button;- go to "control Panel". Expand the "Performance and maintenance" double click the mouse and select the "System".
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Go to the tab "computer Name" dialog box and type the name of your domain in "Domain". Use the "Advanced" button to change the DNS suffix and save the made changes by pressing three times the button OK. Restart the system to apply the changes.
3
Use an alternative method of adding computer to the domain using the built-in utilities Netdom.exe. To do this, return to the main menu start and click All programs. Open the link to "Standard" and call the context menu item "Command prompt" by right-clicking the mouse. Select "Run as administrator" and напечатайтеnetdom join %ComputerName% /domain:domainname /userd:DOMAINadministrator /password:parolu text box with a command shell. Confirm the selected action by pressing the function key Enter.
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Please note that by default Windows 7 utility Netdom.exe not available. To activate this built-in tool from the RSAT package, available for free download on the official website of Microsoft.

Advice 5 : How to log on to the domain

Admin panel exists to ensure that the webmaster can add, edit and delete the content of the site. To log into the domain , you must know the username and password.
How to log on to the domain
Instruction
1
To run in the browser the site, type in the address bar localhost/domain. If you have created a working resource, it must appear in front of you. To login to admin panel, hover the mouse cursor over the address bar and append admin. Confirm by pressing the Enter key. You should see an address like this: localhost/site/admin/.
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So, before you panel admin. Enter in one text box login (username) to another – password. By default, administrator name is admin. If you want to change it, go to settings panel and change the login. The password was given to you by the hosting by default. You can also change it in General settings. To do this, go to "Manage users", click on "Administrator", enter the new password and confirm it.
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After you enter the username and password from admin panel, hit "Enter". You will see the admin panel where you can manage the site. In it you can change, add, or delete data. When you go to the admin area, check the box next to "Remember me". This will allow you to enter a password each time you log in to the control panel.
4
There is a second method. Go to the administration panel through the website itself. To do this in the address bar type the address of your site (domain) and hit Enter. Click "Login" or "Login". Enter your username and password. Press Enter. If the data you entered is correct, the system will open the administrative panel.
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The third way. Enter in the address bar, domain. The site opens. The top should be some control panel options. There will be an inscription "admin Panel". Click on it if necessary, enter your login details.
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