Windows Server 2008 Thread, Find my internal domain name/realm name? in Technical; Hi - I hope this is an easy one...
I've realised this morning that I've no idea what my internal ...
2nd May 2012, 11:03 AM #1
Find my internal domain name/realm name?
Hi - I hope this is an easy one...
I've realised this morning that I've no idea what my internal domain name is. Like, no clue.
It was suggested I run dcdiag from a command line on the DC to determine this, but nothing strikes me as "this is your local domain name" in the reams or nonsense that emerges after that...
It's probably a really basic one, and you're probably wondering how I've survived so long now without knowing, but what on EARTH do I do to find it?
2nd May 2012, 11:07 AM #2
You can access it from any client when you logon you will be told what domain you are logging on to.
Or when logged on to a client open cmd and type "set" and look for the value next to "USERDNSDOMAIN"
Last edited by british_government; 2nd May 2012 at 11:16 AM.
2nd May 2012, 11:12 AM #3
Aah I see. Same as the pre-windows 2000 domain name/short domain name!
KNEW it was that! Knew it so much I made a thread about it apparently but thanks - glad I pay my taxes now
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