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Yeah, you need the professional editions for... well anything to be honest. Every time I'm forced to use the home edition it feels like some has taken a chainsaw to the poor thing.

and now he has invalided his XP pro key so he's hosed... all the more reason to pirate Vista Ultimate

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I guess the title says it all but I’ll elaborate, I have a vista computer I would like to add to a windows domain (win 2003 DC) this computer was previously a member of a workgroup.  When I try to change the computer name and such it will let me change the workgroup but there is no option to join a domain.

It is vista home addition, is this a Microsoft thing pay more to actually use our os thing? If so how do i get the damn thing to let me login to network drives without it putting the computer name in front of the username.

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Yeah, you need the professional editions for... well anything to be honest. Every time I'm forced to use the home edition it feels like some has taken a chainsaw to the poor thing.

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Yeah, you need the professional editions for... well anything to be honest. Every time I'm forced to use the home edition it feels like some has taken a chainsaw to the poor thing.

and now he has invalided his XP pro key so he's hosed... all the more reason to pirate Vista Ultimate

Do not promote Pirateing, I know they charge way, WAY too much but still.

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Yeah, you need the professional editions for... well anything to be honest. Every time I'm forced to use the home edition it feels like some has taken a chainsaw to the poor thing.

and now he has invalided his XP pro key so he's hosed... all the more reason to pirate Vista Ultimate

Do not promote Pirateing, I know they charge way, WAY too much but still.

they charged money to REMOVE features and not add any.... piracy is less of a crime

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