Add a workstation or server account to the domain. In Windows 10 use the Add-Computer PowerShell cmdlet instead.
Syntax NETDOM ADD machine [/Domain:domain] [/UserD:user] [/PasswordD:[password | *]] [/Server:server] [/OU:ou_path] [/DC] [/SecurePasswordPrompt] Key: Machine The name of the computer to be added /Domain The domain in which to create the machine account /UserD User account used to make the connection with the domain specified by the /Domain argument /PasswordD Password of the user account specified with /UserD. Specifying a * will prompt for the password. /Server Name of a specific domain controller that should be used to perform the Add. This option cannot be used with the /OU option. /OU Organizational unit under which to create the machine account. To use this argument, you must be run the command directly on a domain controller for the specified domain. ou_path must be a fully qualified (RFC 1779) DN for the OU. If this argument is ommited, the account will be created under the default OU. /DC Create a Domain Controller machine account. This option cannot be used with the /OU option. /SecurePasswordPrompt Use secure credentials popup to specify credentials. Use when smartcard credentials need to be specified. This only takes effect when the password is supplied as *
Netdom options can be abbreviated to just the UPPER case letters, e.g. /PasswordD can be supplied as just /PD
“Everything you add to the truth subtracts from the truth” ~ Aleksander Solzhenitsyn
NETDOM REMOVE - Remove a workstation or server from the domain.
Q216393 - Resetting computer accounts in Windows.
PowerShell: New-ADComputer - Create a new AD computer.