Gray network ID cannot join F10 to the domain

Well, I am a network support analyst for a living, so I know not how to attach and remove the PC and laptop computers of a domain. I have a Qosmio F10 that comes with having the BONE restored from the Original Recovery CD ROM product The network card is very good and its got an IP address, if someone can tell me why when you right-click Select Workstation properties, click on the name of the computer the network ID option is grayed out. If you click on edit the domain area is grayed out so impossible to type the domain name. Why. I uninstalled the client for MS Networks and re-installed and it's the same thing! Its driving me crazy.

Hi Imsai

Please contact your network administrator and believe me it can help you. As I know it is not possible to make changes if you have no right to domain administrator.

Good luck!

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