How do I find my domain name in windows

Jimmy2Door 20 Reputation points

I'm trying to find my network domain name.

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  1. Michael Taylor 50,836 Reputation points

    Go to the Settings app. Then search for Network properties. In the UX the domain is shown as Network name assuming the category is domain.

    You didn't specify what type of domain you wanted. If you want the domain your user account is under then the command prompt's USERNAME value tells you that.

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  2. Ian Xue (Shanghai Wicresoft Co., Ltd.) 33,941 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi Jimmy,

    Thanks for your post. Follow these steps to find the domain name:

    a. Click the Start menu button, and click Control Panel.

    b. In the Control Panel, click Performance and Maintenance, and click the__System__ icon.

    c. In the System Properties window, select the Computer Name tab.

    d. The name of your computer will be listed as the Full computer name.

    e. The domain your computer belongs to will be listed as the Domain. If, instead of__Domain__, you see Workgroup, your computer is not a member of any domain.

    Best Regards,

    Ian Xue

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  3. Kapil Arya 7,851 Reputation points MVP

    Press Win+R, type sysdm.cpl command, click OK. In the next window, under Computer name tab, you can find this information.

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