Windows Domain Join using #PowerShell

Here is a quick How-To Join a “Windows Server 2012” to Windows Domain using #PowerShell
  1. Lets start by launching #PowerShell and Type

2. Next we are prompted for valid credentials to Join the Server to the domain.

3.  After Adding the credentials you will be prompted with a Warning Message saying you need to Restart for changes to take affect.

4. Because we are already in #Powershell lets Restart the Server from the #Shell as well, So lets type

After the Reboot your server will be part of your domain.



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