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I typically will use commands with WSNAME.exe that will allow you to join and remove names from AD. I would set this up as a post install task within the K2000 appliance. WSNAME can be found here:

http://mystuff.clarke.co.nz/MyStuff/wsname.asp
Answered 03/20/2012 by: jamie_kace
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  • yes, the commands to look for are
    /USER: Name of user with rights to perform the /RCID operation
    /PASS: Password of user with rights to perform the /RCID operation
    /DELETEEXISTING For use with /RCID, will attempt to delete an existing account with the new name
    so
    wsname /N:$SERIALNUM /deleteexisting /rcid /user:username /pass:password
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Or just go to my computer and change the computers name. This will be reflected in AD aswell.
Answered 03/23/2012 by: Ifan
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What are you trying to do? When are you trying to do this? Are you trying to do this as a part of your image drop or are you asking how to use the RSAT and Active Directory Users and Computers + Manual rename on the machine?
Answered 03/19/2012 by: Roonerspism
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+1 for wsname. It works great when setup correctly as a post install task.
Answered 03/22/2012 by: jaskelly3578
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  • Can you post an example of how you used it as a postinstall task?
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