Djoin Command In Windows Server 2008
This article describes Djoin command in Windows Server 2008 operating system and commands related with it.
With the help of Djoin command in Windows Server 2008, users are able to connect a computer to an active directory domain without a dedicated connection. This offline domain feature is achieved using a blob. Blob contains all the information needed by the client when join with domain. Syntax for Djoin command is given below.
djoin /provision /domain <domain_name> /machine <destination_computer> /savefile <filename.txt> [/machineou <OU name>] [/dcname <name of the domain controller>] [/reuse] [/downlevel] [/defpwd] [/nosearch] [/printblob]
Parameters For Djoin
||Creates a computer account in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).
|/domain <domain name>
||Shows the name of the domain to join.
|/machine <destination computer>
||Defines the name of the computer that you want to join to the domain.
|/machineou <OU Name>
||Defines the name of the OU in which you want the computer account to be created.
|/dcname <domain controller name>
||Defines the name of a specific domain controller that will create the computer account.
||Defines the reuse of any existing computer account.
||Support the use of a domain controller that runs a version of Windows Server that is earlier than Windows Server 2008 R2.
||Saves provisioning data to a file.
||Uses the default machine account password.
||Skips account conflict detention.
||Returns a base64-encoded metadata blob for an answer file.
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