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The Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in can be used to add Windows Vista, XP, or 2000 client computer accounts to the domain. Client computers running Windows Vista, XP, and 2000 can also be added to the Active Directory from the client workstation. You do so in the Systems Properties dialog box. A username and password with administrative rights are required to add the client computer account to the domain.

You must configure client computers with the appropriate TCP/IP settings so that they can “talk” with other computers in the domain. In cases where you are using specialized servers or third-party products, clients can run multiple network protocols, if required.

Windows Server 2008 member servers are added to the domain in the Computer Name tab on the computer’s Systems Properties dialog box. Workgroups provide a peer-to-peer environment for sharing files and other resources such as printers. Client computers can easily be added to a workgroup (in the same manner that they are added to a domain).

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