Domain networks are common in businesses and organizations, where the process requires control of multiple computers through a single node called a server. The server administrator can set some policies and restrictions on each system attached to the domain.
If you need to join your system to a domain, you will need the following information:
- A user account name saved in the active directory associated with the server,
- The domain name,
- Windows Enterprise, Pro or educational version.
How to join or remove a domain from Windows 10
There are two aspects of this guide. They are:
- Join a domain.
- Delete a domain.
1) Join a domain
Connect your system to the network associated with the server (that is, your system and the server must be on the same network).
Click the Start button and then the gear symbol to open the Settings application.
Navigate to the following path: Accounts> Go to work or school.
To select Connect. A new dialog box will appear.
To select Join this device to a local Active Directory domain.
You will now be invited to enter the Domain name in a new pop up.
Then you will be asked to enter the User name and Password for your domain account.
Select your Type of account.
And when you continue, just restart your computer for your domain account to be created.
2) Delete a domain
Open the Windows 10 Settings application.
Navigate to the following path: Accounts> Access to Work and School.
Select the account you want to remove from the domain. Click on Disconnect
You will get a prompt that says
Are you sure you want to delete this account? This will remove your access to resources such as email, applications, the network, and all associated content. Your organization may also delete some data stored on this device.
To select Yes.
He will now give you a Disconnect from the organization quick.
To select Disconnect
When prompted, select Restart now to restart your computer and complete the domain removal process.
I hope this guide has helped you.