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here is my example "simple" script to have a pc join the domain

with the domain of "starwars", then you just type in the pc name you want.

tweak to your liking,

ControlClick ( "System Properties", "", "[CLASS:Button; INSTANCE:2]" , "left" , 1 )
ControlClick ( "Computer Name/Domain Changes", "", "[CLASS:Button; INSTANCE:3]" , "left" , 1 )

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That is a worse approach to join a computer to a domain.

Have a look to water's



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