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    Rejoin a PC to the Network

    I'm sure I have seen an answer to my question here before but can't find it in a search.

    One of our XP machines has gone kaput - it's looking like a hard disk corruption. I'm trying to install Windows 7 on it now but it's looking like the HD is too corrupted to take it. It will be a new Hard Disk job I think.

    My actual question is can I rejoin the PC when it's rebuilt to Server 2008 AD as the same machine. I have currently disabled the account in AD.

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    Yep wont be an issue

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