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Finding the GUID when joining a workstation to a domain

Where can one find the globally unique identifier (GUID) when one is joining a workstation to a domain in a Windows 2000 Active Directory?

Where can one find the globally unique identifier (GUID) when one is joining a workstation to a domain in a Win2k AD?
You can use the LDP.exe tool from the Windows 2000 Resource Kit to see the GUID. Also, ADSI scripting interface can be used to poll the information programmatically.
This was last published in October 2003

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